RHEL4 kernel RPM Provides: lines for modules

Matt Domsch Matt_Domsch at dell.com
Tue Apr 5 14:08:04 CDT 2005


RHEL4 kernels now include Provides lines in their kernel RPMs for
modules.  They look like this:

kernel = 2.6.9
kernel-drm = 4.3.0
kernel-i686 = 2.6.9-5.EL
kABI(4.0.i686) = 0
kmod(DAC960) = 2.5.47
kmod(cciss) = 2.6.4
kmod(cpqarray) = 2.6.0
kmod(bcm203x) = 1.0
kmod(bfusb) = 1.1
kmod(hci_uart) = 2.1
kmod(hci_usb) = 2.7
kmod(edd) = 0.16
kmod(mptbase) = 3.01.16
kmod(3c59x) = LK1.1.19
kmod(8139too) = 0.9.27
kmod(b44) = 0.95
kmod(bonding) = 2.6.0
kmod(e100) = 3.0.27-k2-NAPI
kmod(e1000) = 5.3.19-k2-NAPI
kmod(ixgb) = 1.0.66
kmod(ns83820) = 0.20
kmod(r8169) = 1.2
kmod(tg3) = 3.10
kmod(de2104x) = 0.7
kmod(dmfe) = 1.36.4
kmod(tulip) = 1.1.13
kmod(winbond-840) = 1.01-d
kmod(acpiphp_ibm) = 1.0.1
kmod(3w-9xxx) = 2.26.02.001
kmod(3w-xxxx) = 1.26.00.039
kmod(aacraid) = 1.1.2-lk2
kmod(ahci) = 1.00
kmod(aic79xx) = 1.3.11
kmod(aic7xxx) = 6.2.36
kmod(aic7xxx_old) = 5.2.0
kmod(ata_piix) = 1.02
kmod(gdth) = 3.04
kmod(ips) = 7.10.18
kmod(libata) = 1.02
kmod(lpfc) = 0:8.0.16
kmod(megaraid_mbox) = 2.20.4.0
kmod(megaraid_mm) = 2.20.2.0-rh1
kmod(qla1280) = 3.24.4
kmod(qla2100) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla2200) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla2300) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla2322) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla2xxx) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla6312) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(qla6322) = 8.00.00b21-k
kmod(sata_nv) = 0.03
kmod(sata_promise) = 1.00
kmod(sata_sil) = 0.54
kmod(sata_sis) = 0.10
kmod(sata_svw) = 1.04
kmod(sata_sx4) = 0.50
kmod(sata_via) = 0.20
kmod(sata_vsc) = 0.01
kmod(sg) = 3.5.31
kmod(sym53c8xx) = 2.1.18j
kmod(speedtch) = 1.8
kmod(usb_atm) = 1.8
kmod(sn9c102) = 1:1.08
kmod(w9968cf) = 1:1.32-basic
kmod(cifs) = 1.20
kmod(8021q) = 1.8
kmod(bluetooth) = 2.6
kmod(bnep) = 1.2
kmod(cmtp) = 1.0
kmod(hidp) = 1.0
kmod(l2cap) = 2.4
kmod(rfcomm) = 1.3
kmod(sco) = 0.3
kernel = 2.6.9-5.EL

Let's think about how dkms mkrpm can be extended to add similar lines
to those generated RPMs that include prebuilt binaries.

Thanks,
Matt

-- 
Matt Domsch
Software Architect
Dell Linux Solutions linux.dell.com & www.dell.com/linux
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