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#
# spec file for package kernel-pae
#
# Copyright (c) 2016 SUSE LINUX GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany.
#
# All modifications and additions to the file contributed by third parties
# remain the property of their copyright owners, unless otherwise agreed
# upon. The license for this file, and modifications and additions to the
# file, is the same license as for the pristine package itself (unless the
# license for the pristine package is not an Open Source License, in which
# case the license is the MIT License). An "Open Source License" is a
# license that conforms to the Open Source Definition (Version 1.9)
# published by the Open Source Initiative.

# Please submit bugfixes or comments via http://bugs.opensuse.org/
#
# needssslcertforbuild


%define srcversion 4.9-rc8
%define patchversion 4.9.0-rc8
%define variant %{nil}
%define vanilla_only 0

%include %_sourcedir/kernel-spec-macros

%define build_flavor	pae
%define build_default	("%build_flavor" == "default")
%define build_vanilla	("%build_flavor" == "vanilla")

%if ! %build_vanilla
%define src_install_dir /usr/src/linux-%kernelrelease%variant
%else
%define src_install_dir /usr/src/linux-%kernelrelease-vanilla
%endif
%define obj_install_dir /usr/src/linux-%kernelrelease%variant-obj
%define rpm_install_dir %buildroot%obj_install_dir
%define kernel_build_dir %my_builddir/linux-%srcversion/linux-obj

%(chmod +x %_sourcedir/{guards,apply-patches,check-for-config-changes,group-source-files.pl,find-provides,find-requires,split-modules,modversions,kabi.pl,mkspec,compute-PATCHVERSION.sh,arch-symbols,log.sh,try-disable-staging-driver,compress-vmlinux.sh,mkspec-dtb})

%global cpu_arch %(%_sourcedir/arch-symbols %_target_cpu)
%define cpu_arch_flavor %cpu_arch/%build_flavor

# Define some CONFIG variables as rpm macros as well. (rpm cannot handle
# defining them all at once.)
%define config_vars CONFIG_MODULES CONFIG_MODULE_SIG CONFIG_KMSG_IDS CONFIG_SUSE_KERNEL_SUPPORTED CONFIG_EFI_STUB
%{expand:%(eval "$(test -n "%cpu_arch_flavor" && tar -xjf %_sourcedir/config.tar.bz2 --to-stdout config/%cpu_arch_flavor)"; for config in %config_vars; do echo "%%global $config ${!config:-n}"; done)}
%define split_extra (%CONFIG_MODULES == "y" && %CONFIG_SUSE_KERNEL_SUPPORTED == "y")

%ifarch %ix86 x86_64
%define install_vdso 1
%else
%define install_vdso 0
%endif

Name:           kernel-pae
Summary:        Kernel with PAE Support
License:        GPL-2.0
Group:          System/Kernel
Version:        4.9.rc8
%if 0%{?is_kotd}
Release:        <RELEASE>.g59795cb
%else
Release:        0
%endif
Url:            http://www.kernel.org/
BuildRequires:  bc
BuildRequires:  coreutils
BuildRequires:  fdupes
%if 0%{?suse_version} > 1310
BuildRequires:  hmaccalc
%endif
BuildRequires:  libopenssl-devel
BuildRequires:  modutils
# Used to sign the kernel in the buildservice
BuildRequires:  openssl
BuildRequires:  pesign-obs-integration
# for objtool
BuildRequires:  libelf-devel
Provides:       %name = %version-%source_rel
# bnc#901925
Provides:       %name-%version-%source_rel
Provides:       %{name}_%_target_cpu = %version-%release
Provides:       kernel-base = %version-%source_rel
Provides:       multiversion(kernel)
# In SLE11, kernel-$flavor complemented kernel-$flavor-base. With SLE12,
# kernel-$flavor itself contains all the needed files and kernel-$flavor-base
# is a subset that can replace kernel-$flavor in some scenarios. We need to
# obsolete the -base subpackage from SLE11, so that the base files are not
# owned by multiple packages now. The dependency is not correct wrt openSUSE
# 11.2 - 11.4, but we primarily care about the supported upgrade path.
Obsoletes:      %name-base < 3.1
# The following is copied to the -base subpackage as well
# BEGIN COMMON DEPS
Requires(pre):  coreutils awk
# For /usr/lib/module-init-tools/weak-modules2
Requires(post): suse-module-tools
# For depmod (modutils is a dependency provided by both module-init-tools and
# kmod-compat)
Requires(post): modutils
# This Requires is wrong, because the post/postun scripts have a
# test -x update-bootloader, having perl-Bootloader is not a hard requirement.
# But, there is no way to tell rpm or yast to schedule the installation
# of perl-Bootloader before kernel-binary.rpm if both are in the list of
# packages to install/update. Likewise, this is true for mkinitrd.
# Need a perl-Bootloader with /usr/lib/bootloader/bootloader_entry
Requires(post): perl-Bootloader >= 0.4.15
%if %build_vanilla
Requires(post): mkinitrd
%else
# Require a mkinitrd that can handle usbhid/hid-generic built-in (bnc#773559)
Requires(post): mkinitrd >= 2.7.1
%endif
# Install the package providing /etc/SuSE-release early enough, so that
# the grub entry has correct title (bnc#757565)
Requires(post): distribution-release
# END COMMON DEPS
# Do not install p-b and mkinitrd for the install check, the %post script is
# able to handle this
#!BuildIgnore: perl-Bootloader mkinitrd distribution-release
# Remove some packages that are installed automatically by the build system,
# but are not needed to build the kernel
#!BuildIgnore: autoconf automake gettext-runtime libtool cvs gettext-tools m4 udev insserv

%ifarch s390 s390x
%if %build_vanilla && 0%{?suse_version} < 1130
BuildRequires:  dwarfextract
%endif
%endif
%ifarch %arm
BuildRequires:  u-boot-tools
%endif

Obsoletes:      microcode_ctl

# Force bzip2 instead of lzma compression to
# 1) allow install on older dist versions, and
# 2) decrease build times (bsc#962356)
%define _binary_payload w9.bzdio
# dead network if installed on SLES10, otherwise it will work (mostly)
Conflicts:      sysfsutils < 2.0
Conflicts:      apparmor-profiles <= 2.1
Conflicts:      apparmor-parser < 2.3
# root-lvm only works with newer udevs
Conflicts:      udev < 118
Conflicts:      lvm2 < 2.02.33
# Interface to hv_kvp_daemon changed
Conflicts:      hyper-v < 4
%ifarch %ix86
Conflicts:      libc.so.6()(64bit)
%endif
Provides:       kernel = %version-%source_rel
%ifarch %ix86
Provides:       kernel-bigsmp = 2.6.17
Obsoletes:      kernel-bigsmp <= 2.6.17
Provides:       kernel-vmi = 2.6.38
Obsoletes:      kernel-vmi <= 2.6.38
Provides:       kernel-desktop = 4.3
Obsoletes:      kernel-desktop <= 4.3
Provides:       kernel-xen = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-xen <= 4.4
Provides:       kernel-ec2 = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-ec2 <= 4.4
%endif
%ifarch %ix86
Provides:       kernel-vmi-base = 2.6.38
Obsoletes:      kernel-vmi-base <= 2.6.38
Provides:       kernel-desktop-base = 4.3
Obsoletes:      kernel-desktop-base <= 4.3
Provides:       kernel-xen-base = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-xen-base <= 4.4
Provides:       kernel-ec2-base = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-ec2-base <= 4.4
%endif
%obsolete_rebuilds %name
Source0:        http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/testing/linux-%srcversion.tar.xz
Source2:        source-post.sh
Source3:        kernel-source.rpmlintrc
Source8:        devel-pre.sh
Source9:        devel-post.sh
Source10:       preun.sh
Source11:       postun.sh
Source12:       pre.sh
Source13:       post.sh
Source14:       series.conf
Source16:       guards
Source17:       apply-patches
Source21:       config.conf
Source23:       supported.conf
Source33:       check-for-config-changes
Source35:       group-source-files.pl
Source36:       README.PATCH-POLICY.SUSE
Source37:       README.SUSE
Source38:       README.KSYMS
Source39:       config-options.changes.txt
Source40:       source-timestamp
Source44:       find-provides
Source45:       find-requires
Source46:       split-modules
Source47:       modversions
Source48:       macros.kernel-source
Source49:       kernel-module-subpackage
Source50:       kabi.pl
Source51:       mkspec
Source52:       kernel-source%variant.changes
Source53:       kernel-source.spec.in
Source54:       kernel-binary.spec.in
Source55:       kernel-syms.spec.in
Source56:       kernel-docs.spec.in
Source57:       kernel-cert-subpackage
Source58:       constraints.in
Source60:       config.sh
Source61:       compute-PATCHVERSION.sh
Source62:       old-flavors
Source63:       arch-symbols
Source64:       package-descriptions
Source65:       kernel-spec-macros
Source67:       log.sh
Source68:       host-memcpy-hack.h
Source69:       try-disable-staging-driver
Source70:       kernel-obs-build.spec.in
Source71:       kernel-obs-qa.spec.in
Source72:       compress-vmlinux.sh
Source73:       dtb.spec.in.in
Source74:       mkspec-dtb
Source100:      config.tar.bz2
Source101:      config.addon.tar.bz2
Source102:      patches.arch.tar.bz2
Source103:      patches.drivers.tar.bz2
Source104:      patches.fixes.tar.bz2
Source105:      patches.rpmify.tar.bz2
Source106:      patches.suse.tar.bz2
Source107:      patches.xen.tar.bz2
Source108:      patches.addon.tar.bz2
Source109:      patches.kernel.org.tar.bz2
Source110:      patches.apparmor.tar.bz2
Source111:      patches.rt.tar.bz2
Source112:      patches.trace.tar.bz2
Source113:      patches.kabi.tar.bz2
Source120:      kabi.tar.bz2
Source121:      sysctl.tar.bz2
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
ExclusiveArch:  %ix86
%define kmp_target_cpu %_target_cpu
%ifarch %ix86
# Only i386/default supports i586, mark other flavors' packages as i686
%if ! %build_default
BuildArch:      i686
# KMPs are always built as i586, because rpm does not allow to build
# subpackages for different architectures. Therefore, we change the
# /usr/src/linux-obj/<arch> symlink to i586.
%define kmp_target_cpu i586
%endif
%endif

# These files are found in the kernel-source package:
NoSource:       0
NoSource:       2
NoSource:       3
NoSource:       8
NoSource:       9
NoSource:       10
NoSource:       11
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NoSource:       108
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NoSource:       110
NoSource:       111
NoSource:       112
NoSource:       113
NoSource:       120
NoSource:       121

# The following KMPs have been integrated into the kernel package,
# grouped by the last product that contained them.
# Usage: obsolete_kmp <basename> <upper bound of shipped versions>
# Note that KMPs embed the version of the kernel built against, that's why
# the _3 suffix for 2.6.x-based KMPs
%define obsolete_kmp() Obsoletes: %1-kmp-%build_flavor <= %2 \
Provides: %1-kmp = %2 \
Provides: %1-kmp-%build_flavor = %2
# sles10 / 10.3
%obsolete_kmp iwlwifi 1.3.27_3
%obsolete_kmp ipw3945 1.2.2_3
# sled10 / 11.0
%obsolete_kmp uvcvideo r200_3
# sle11-ga
%obsolete_kmp enic 0.0.1_3
%obsolete_kmp fnic 1.0.0_3
%obsolete_kmp brocade-bfa 1.1.0.2_3
%obsolete_kmp kvm 78.2.6.30.1_3
%obsolete_kmp perfmon 2_3
%obsolete_kmp iwlagn-2-6-27 1.0_3
%obsolete_kmp msi-wmi 1.0_3
# 11.1
%obsolete_kmp quickcam 0.6.7
# sle11-sp1
%obsolete_kmp   wacom 0.8.1_3
%obsolete_kmp   btrfs 0_3
%obsolete_kmp   brocade-bna 2.1.0.0_3
%obsolete_kmp   hyper-v 0_3
%obsolete_kmp   intel-e1000e 2.2.14
%obsolete_kmp   drm 3.7_3.1
Obsoletes:      firewire <= 3.0
Provides:       firewire = 3.0
%obsolete_kmp   firewire 3.0
%obsolete_kmp   iwlagn 3.0
Obsoletes:      compat-ath9k <= 3.0
Provides:       compat-ath9k = 3.0
%obsolete_kmp   compat-ath9k 3.0
%obsolete_kmp   realtek-r8192ce_pci 2.6.0005_3
%obsolete_kmp   realtek-r8192se_pci 2.6.0019.1207.2010_3
%obsolete_kmp   rt3090 2.4.0.4_3
%obsolete_kmp   rt3592 2.4.1.1_3
%obsolete_kmp   rt5390 2.4.0.4_3
%obsolete_kmp   ath3k 1.0_3
Obsoletes:      ath3k-firmware <= 1.0
Provides:       ath3k-firmware = 1.0
%obsolete_kmp	compat-wireless 3.12
%obsolete_kmp	rts5229 1.08
%obsolete_kmp	rts_pstor 1.11
# sle12-sp1 / Leap 42.1
%obsolete_kmp	xen 4.6.1
%obsolete_kmp	compat-wireless 4.4

# Provide the exported symbols as "ksym(symbol) = hash"
%define _use_internal_dependency_generator 0
%define __find_provides %_sourcedir/find-provides %name

# Generate dependencies for KMPs defined in supported.conf
%define __find_requires %_sourcedir/find-requires %name %version-%release %my_builddir

# Will modules not listed in supported.conf abort the kernel build (0/1)?
%define supported_modules_check 0

%description
This kernel supports up to 64GB of main memory. It requires Physical
Addressing Extensions (PAE), which were introduced with the Pentium Pro
processor.

PAE is not only more physical address space but also important for the
"no execute" feature which disables execution of code that is marked as
non-executable. Therefore, the PAE kernel should be used on any systems
that support it, regardless of the amount of main memory.


%source_timestamp
%prep
if ! [ -e %{S:0} ]; then
    echo "The %name-%version.nosrc.rpm package does not contain the" \
	 "complete sources. Please install kernel-source-%version.src.rpm."
    exit 1
fi

SYMBOLS=
if test -e %_sourcedir/extra-symbols; then
	SYMBOLS=$(cat %_sourcedir/extra-symbols)
	echo "extra symbol(s):" $SYMBOLS
fi

# Unpack all sources and patches
%setup -q -c -T -a 0 -a 100 -a 101 -a 102 -a 103 -a 104 -a 105 -a 106 -a 107 -a 108 -a 109 -a 110 -a 111 -a 112 -a 113 -a 120 -a 121

mkdir -p %kernel_build_dir

# Generate a list of modules with their support status marking
%_sourcedir/guards --list --with-guards <%_sourcedir/supported.conf | \
awk '
	/\+external / {
		print $(NF) " external";
		next;
	}
	/^-/ {
		print $(NF) " no";
		next;
	}
	{
		print $(NF);
	}
' >%kernel_build_dir/Module.supported
for package in base ; do
	%_sourcedir/guards --default=0 "$package" \
		<%_sourcedir/supported.conf | sed 's,.*/,,; s,\.ko$,,' | \
		sort -u >%kernel_build_dir/Module."$package"
done

cd linux-%srcversion

%_sourcedir/apply-patches \
%if %{build_vanilla}
	--vanilla \
%endif
	%_sourcedir/series.conf .. $SYMBOLS

cd %kernel_build_dir

# Override the timestamp 'uname -v' reports with the source timestamp and
# the commit hash.
date=$(head -n 1 %_sourcedir/source-timestamp)
commit=$(sed -n 's/GIT Revision: //p' %_sourcedir/source-timestamp)
cat > .kernel-binary.spec.buildenv <<EOF
export KBUILD_BUILD_TIMESTAMP="$(LANG=C date -d "$date") (${commit:0:7})"
export KBUILD_VERBOSE=0
export KBUILD_SYMTYPES=1
export KBUILD_OVERRIDE=1
export KBUILD_BUILD_USER=geeko
export KBUILD_BUILD_HOST=buildhost
export HOST_EXTRACFLAGS="-include %_sourcedir/host-memcpy-hack.h"
EOF
source .kernel-binary.spec.buildenv

if [ -f %_sourcedir/localversion ] ; then
    cat %_sourcedir/localversion > localversion
fi

vanilla_base="default"
%ifarch %ix86
vanilla_base="pae"
%endif
if ! grep -q CONFIG_MMU= "%my_builddir/config/%cpu_arch_flavor"; then
cp "%my_builddir/config/%cpu_arch/$vanilla_base" .config
../scripts/kconfig/merge_config.sh -m .config \
                                   %my_builddir/config/%cpu_arch_flavor
else
cp %my_builddir/config/%cpu_arch_flavor .config
fi
if test -e %my_builddir/config.addon/%cpu_arch_flavor; then
	# FIXME: config.addon doesn't affect the %CONFIG_ macros defined at
	# the top of the specfile
	../scripts/kconfig/merge_config.sh -m .config %my_builddir/config.addon/%cpu_arch_flavor
fi
../scripts/config \
	--set-str CONFIG_LOCALVERSION -%source_rel-%build_flavor \
	--enable  CONFIG_SUSE_KERNEL \
%if 0%{?__debug_package:1}
	--enable  CONFIG_DEBUG_INFO
%else
	--disable CONFIG_DEBUG_INFO
%endif

MAKE_ARGS="$MAKE_ARGS %{?_smp_mflags} -C .. O=$PWD"
if test -e %_sourcedir/TOLERATE-UNKNOWN-NEW-CONFIG-OPTIONS; then
    yes '' | make oldconfig $MAKE_ARGS
else
    cp .config .config.orig
    make silentoldconfig $MAKE_ARGS < /dev/null
    %_sourcedir/check-for-config-changes .config.orig .config
    rm .config.orig
fi

make prepare $MAKE_ARGS
make scripts $MAKE_ARGS
krel=$(make -s kernelrelease $MAKE_ARGS)

if [ "$krel" != "%kernelrelease-%build_flavor" ]; then
    echo "Kernel release mismatch: $krel != %kernelrelease-%build_flavor" >&2
    exit 1
fi

make clean $MAKE_ARGS

rm -f source
find . ! -type d ! -name 'Module.base' ! -name 'Module.*-kmp' -printf '%%P\n' \
	> %my_builddir/obj-files

%build
cd %kernel_build_dir
source .kernel-binary.spec.buildenv

# create *.symref files in the tree
if test -e %my_builddir/kabi/%cpu_arch/symtypes-%build_flavor; then
    %_sourcedir/modversions --unpack . < $_
fi

# copy module signing certificate(s). We use the default path and trick
# certs/Makefile to not regenerate the certificate. It is done this way so
# that the kernel-source package can be rebuilt even without the certificate
mkdir -p certs
for f in %_sourcedir/*.crt; do
    if ! test -e "$f"; then
        continue
    fi
    touch certs/x509.genkey
    cat "$f" >>certs/signing_key.pem
done

MAKE_ARGS="$MAKE_ARGS %{?_smp_mflags}"

%if %CONFIG_KMSG_IDS == "y"
    chmod +x ../scripts/kmsg-doc
    MAKE_ARGS="$MAKE_ARGS D=2"
%endif

while true; do
    make all $MAKE_ARGS 2>&1 \
        | tee buildlog
    if test "${PIPESTATUS[0]}" -eq 0; then
        break
    fi
    # In the linux-next and vanilla branches, we try harder to build a
    # package.
    if test 0%vanilla_only -gt 0 &&
			%_sourcedir/try-disable-staging-driver buildlog; then
        echo "Retrying make"
    else
        exit 1
    fi
done

%install

# sign the modules, firmware and possibly the kernel in the buildservice
export BRP_PESIGN_FILES="*.ko"
%if %CONFIG_EFI_STUB == "y"
BRP_PESIGN_FILES="$BRP_PESIGN_FILES /boot/vmlinuz-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor"
%endif
%ifarch %ix86
# XXX: do not sign on x86, as the repackaging changes kernel-pae
# from i686 to i586
BRP_PESIGN_FILES=""
%endif

# get rid of /usr/lib/rpm/brp-strip-debug
# strip removes too much from the vmlinux ELF binary
export NO_BRP_STRIP_DEBUG=true
export STRIP_KEEP_SYMTAB='*/vmlinux-*'

# /lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/source points to the source
# directory installed by kernel-devel. The kernel-%build_flavor-devel package
# has a correct dependency on kernel-devel, but the brp check does not see
# kernel-devel during build.
export NO_BRP_STALE_LINK_ERROR=yes

cd %kernel_build_dir

mkdir -p %buildroot/boot
# (Could strip out non-public symbols.)
cp -p System.map %buildroot/boot/System.map-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor

add_vmlinux()
{
    local vmlinux=boot/vmlinux-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor

    cp vmlinux %buildroot/$vmlinux
    # make sure that find-debuginfo.sh picks it up. In the filelist, we
    # mark the file 0644 again
    chmod +x %buildroot/$vmlinux
    if test $1 == "--compressed"; then
        # avoid using the gzip -n option to make kdump happy (bnc#880848#c20)
        ts="$(head -n1 %_sourcedir/source-timestamp)"
        touch -d "$ts" %buildroot/$vmlinux
        touch %buildroot/$vmlinux.gz
%if 0%{?__debug_package:1}
        # compress the vmlinux image after find-debuginfo.sh has processed it
%global __debug_install_post %__debug_install_post \
%_sourcedir/compress-vmlinux.sh %buildroot/boot/vmlinux-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
%else
        %_sourcedir/compress-vmlinux.sh %buildroot/$vmlinux
%endif
        ghost_vmlinux=true
    else
        ghost_vmlinux=false
    fi
}

# architecture specifics
%ifarch %ix86 x86_64
    add_vmlinux --compressed
    image=bzImage
    cp -p arch/x86/boot/$image %buildroot/boot/vmlinuz-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    image=vmlinuz
%endif
%ifarch ppc ppc64 ppc64le
    add_vmlinux
    image=vmlinux
%endif
%ifarch s390 s390x
    add_vmlinux --compressed
    cp -p arch/s390/boot/image %buildroot/boot/image-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    image=image
    if test -e arch/s390/boot/kerntypes.o; then
        cp -p arch/s390/boot/kerntypes.o %buildroot/boot/Kerntypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    elif test -x "$(which dwarfextract 2>/dev/null)"; then
	dwarfextract vmlinux %buildroot/boot/Kerntypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor || echo "dwarfextract failed ($?)"
    fi
%if %CONFIG_KMSG_IDS == "y"
    mkdir -p %buildroot/usr/share/man/man9
    find man -name '*.9' -exec install -m 644 -D '{}' %buildroot/usr/share/man/man9/ ';'
%endif
%endif
%ifarch %arm
    add_vmlinux --compressed
    image=zImage
    cp -p arch/arm/boot/$image %buildroot/boot/$image-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
%endif
%ifarch aarch64
    add_vmlinux --compressed
    image=Image
    cp -p arch/arm64/boot/$image %buildroot/boot/$image-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
%endif

if test -x /usr/lib/rpm/pesign/gen-hmac; then
	$_ -r %buildroot /boot/$image-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
fi

# Package the compiled-in certificates as DER files in /etc/uefi/certs
# and have mokutil enroll them when the kernel is installed
certs=()
if test %CONFIG_MODULE_SIG = "y"; then
    for f in *.x509; do
            if ! test -s "$f"; then
                    continue
            fi
            h=$(openssl x509 -inform DER -fingerprint -noout -in "$f")
            test -n "$h"
            cert=/etc/uefi/certs/$(echo "$h" | \
                sed -rn 's/^SHA1 Fingerprint=//; T; s/://g; s/(.{8}).*/\1/p').crt
            if test -e %buildroot/"$cert"; then
                    continue
            fi
            mkdir -p %buildroot/etc/uefi/certs
            cp "$f" %buildroot/"$cert"
            certs=("${certs[@]}" "$cert")
    done
fi

for sub in '-base' '' '-extra'; do
    case "$sub" in
    '-base' | '') base_package=1 ;;
    *) base_package=0 ;;
    esac
    for script in preun postun pre post devel-pre devel-post; do
        if test %build_flavor = "zfcpdump"; then
            : >%my_builddir/$script$sub.sh
            continue
        fi
        sed -e "s:@KERNELRELEASE@:%kernelrelease:g" \
            -e "s:@IMAGE@:$image:g" \
            -e "s:@FLAVOR""@:%build_flavor:g" \
            -e "s:@SUBPACKAGE@:%name$sub:g" \
            -e "s:@BASE_PACKAGE@:$base_package:g" \
            -e "s:@RPM_VERSION_RELEASE@:%version-%release:g" \
            -e "s:@RPM_TARGET_CPU@:%_target_cpu:g" \
	    -e "s:@CPU_ARCH_FLAVOR@:%cpu_arch_flavor:g" \
            -e "s:@SRCVARIANT@:%variant:g" \
            %_sourcedir/$script.sh > %my_builddir/$script$sub.sh
        if test "$base_package" -eq 1 -a "${#certs[@]}" -gt 0; then
            case "$script" in
            preun | postun | post)
                # Copy the respective scriptlet from kernel-cert-subpackage
                sed "1,/^%%$script / d; /^%%[^%%]/,\$ d; s:@CERTS@:${certs[*]}:g" \
                    %_sourcedir/kernel-cert-subpackage \
                    >>"%my_builddir/$script$sub.sh"
            esac
        fi
	# Do an exit 0 at the end of each scriptlet. If the last real command
	# in the scriptlet (e.g. update-bootloader call, see bnc#809617)
	# returns an error, we do not want to amplify the damage by leaving
	# the system in an inconsistent state.
	echo "exit 0" >>"%my_builddir/$script$sub.sh"
    done
done

%if %build_vanilla
# keep this -suffix list in sync with post.sh and postun.sh
suffix=-%build_flavor
%endif
ln -s $image$suffix %buildroot/boot/$image$suffix
ln -s initrd$suffix %buildroot/boot/initrd$suffix

cp -p .config %buildroot/boot/config-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
sysctl_file=%buildroot/boot/sysctl.conf-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
for file in %my_builddir/sysctl/{defaults,%cpu_arch/arch-defaults,%cpu_arch_flavor}; do
	if [ -f "$file" ]; then
		cat "$file"
	fi
done | sed '1i # Generated file - do not edit.' >$sysctl_file
if [ ! -s $sysctl_file ]; then
	rm $sysctl_file
fi

%if %install_vdso
# Install the unstripped vdso's that are linked in the kernel image
make vdso_install $MAKE_ARGS INSTALL_MOD_PATH=%buildroot
rm -rf %buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/vdso/.build-id
%endif

# Create a dummy initrd with roughly the size the real one will have.
# That way, YaST will know that this package requires some additional
# space in /boot.
dd if=/dev/zero of=%buildroot/boot/initrd-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor \
	bs=1024 seek=2047 count=1
# Also reserve some space for the kdump initrd
cp %buildroot/boot/initrd-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor{,-kdump}

if [ %CONFIG_MODULES = y ]; then
    mkdir -p %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch_flavor
    mkdir -p %buildroot/usr/src/linux-obj/%cpu_arch
    ln -s %build_flavor %buildroot/usr/src/linux-obj/%cpu_arch_flavor

    gzip -n -c9 < Module.symvers > %buildroot/boot/symvers-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor.gz

    make modules_install $MAKE_ARGS INSTALL_MOD_PATH=%buildroot

%ifarch s390 s390x
    if test -e arch/s390/boot/kerntypes.o; then
        :
    elif test -x "$(which dwarfextract 2>/dev/null)" -a \
	-f %buildroot/boot/Kerntypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor; then
	find %buildroot -name "*.ko" > kofiles.list
	dwarfextract %buildroot/boot/Kerntypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor -C kofiles.list || echo "dwarfextract failed ($?)"
    fi
%endif

    # Also put the resulting file in %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch/%build_flavor
    # so that kernel-devel + kernel-%build_flavor is sufficient for building
    # modules that have modversions as well.
    mkdir -p %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch/%build_flavor
    cp Module.symvers %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch/%build_flavor

    # Table of types used in exported symbols (for modversion debugging).
    %_sourcedir/modversions --pack . > %buildroot/boot/symtypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    if [ -s %buildroot/boot/symtypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor ]; then
	gzip -n -9 %buildroot/boot/symtypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    else
	rm -f %buildroot/boot/symtypes-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
    fi

    # Some architecture's $(uname -m) output is different from the ARCH
    # parameter that needs to be passed to kbuild. Create symlinks from
    # $(uname -m) to the ARCH directory.
    if [ ! -e %rpm_install_dir/%kmp_target_cpu ]; then
        ln -sf %cpu_arch %rpm_install_dir/%kmp_target_cpu
        ln -sf %cpu_arch %buildroot/usr/src/linux-obj/%kmp_target_cpu
    fi

    # We were building in %my_builddir/linux-%srcversion, but the sources will
    # later be installed in /usr/src/linux-%srcversion-%source_rel. Fix up the
    # build symlink.
    rm -f %buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/{source,build}
    ln -s %src_install_dir \
	%buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/source
    ln -s %obj_install_dir/%cpu_arch/%build_flavor \
	%buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/build

    # Abort if there are any undefined symbols
    msg="$(/sbin/depmod -F %buildroot/boot/System.map-%kernelrelease-%build_flavor \
			-b %buildroot -ae %kernelrelease-%build_flavor 2>&1)"
    if [ $? -ne 0 ] || echo "$msg" | grep  'needs unknown symbol'; then
	exit 1
    fi

    %_sourcedir/split-modules -d %buildroot \
	-o %my_builddir \
	-b %kernel_build_dir \
%if %CONFIG_SUSE_KERNEL_SUPPORTED == "y"
	-e \
%endif
%if ! %supported_modules_check
	-i
%endif
%if ! %split_extra
    cat %my_builddir/unsupported-modules >>%my_builddir/main-modules
%endif

    # The modules.dep file is sorted randomly which produces strange file
    # checksums. As the file is not included in the resulting RPM, it's
    # pointless to rely on its contents. Replacing by zeros to make the
    # checksums always the same for several builds of the same package.
    dd if=/dev/zero of=%buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/modules.dep ibs=`stat -c%s %buildroot/lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor/modules.dep` count=1

    res=0
    if test -e %my_builddir/kabi/%cpu_arch/symvers-%build_flavor; then
        # check for kabi changes
        %_sourcedir/kabi.pl --rules %my_builddir/kabi/severities \
            %my_builddir/kabi/%cpu_arch/symvers-%build_flavor \
            Module.symvers || res=$?
    fi
    if [ $res -ne 0 ]; then
	# %ignore_kabi_badness is defined in the Kernel:* projects in the
	# OBS to be able to build the KOTD in spite of kabi errors
	if [ 0%{?ignore_kabi_badness} -eq 0 -a \
	     ! -e %my_builddir/kabi/%cpu_arch/ignore-%build_flavor -a \
	     ! -e %_sourcedir/IGNORE-KABI-BADNESS ]; then
	    echo "Create a file IGNORE-KABI-BADNESS in the kernel-source" \
		 "directory to build this kernel even though its badness is" \
		 "higher than allowed for an official kernel."
	   exit 1
	fi
    fi

    # arch/powerpc/lib/crtsavres.o is required for building external
    # modules on powerpc
    if [ -f %kernel_build_dir/arch/powerpc/lib/crtsavres.o ]; then
	echo arch/powerpc/lib/crtsavres.o >> %my_builddir/obj-files
    fi

    tar -cf - -T %my_builddir/obj-files | \
	tar -xf - -C %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch_flavor
    # bnc#507084
    find %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch_flavor/scripts -type f -perm -111 | \
        while read f; do
            case "$(file -b "$f")" in
            ELF\ *\ executable*)
                strip "$f"
            esac
        done
    # Recreate the generated Makefile with correct path
    sh ../scripts/mkmakefile ../../../%{basename:%src_install_dir} \
        %rpm_install_dir/%cpu_arch_flavor \
        $(echo %srcversion | sed -r 's/^([0-9]+)\.([0-9]+).*/\1 \2/')
fi

add_dirs_to_filelist() {
    sed -rn '
        # print file name
        p
        # remove filelist macros
        s:%%[a-z]+(\([^)]+\))? ?::g
        # add %%dir prefix
        s:^:%%dir :
        # print all parents
        :a
            # skip directories owned by other packages
            s:^%%dir (/boot|/etc|/lib/(modules|firmware)|/usr/src)/[^/]+$::
            s:/[^/]+$::p
        ta
    ' "$@" | sort -u
}

# Collect the file lists.
shopt -s nullglob dotglob
> %my_builddir/kernel-devel.files
for file in %buildroot/boot/symtypes* %buildroot/lib/modules/*/{build,source}; do
	f=${file##%buildroot}
	echo "$f"
done | add_dirs_to_filelist >%my_builddir/kernel-devel.files

{   cd %buildroot
    for f in boot/*; do
        if test -L "$f"; then
            echo "%%ghost /$f"
            continue
        elif test ! -f "$f"; then
            continue
        fi
        case "$f" in
        boot/initrd-*)
            echo "%%ghost /$f"
            continue
            ;;
        boot/vmlinux-*.gz)
            ;;
        boot/vmlinux-*)
            if $ghost_vmlinux; then
                echo "%%ghost /$f"
                continue
            fi
            ;;
        boot/symtypes*)
            continue
            ;;
        esac
        echo "%%attr(0644, root, root) /$f"
    done

    if [ %CONFIG_MODULES = y ]; then
	find lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor \
	    -type d -o \
	    \( -path '*/modules.*' ! -path '*/modules.order' \
	     ! -path '*/modules.builtin' \) -printf '%%%%ghost /%%p\n' \
	       -o -name '*.ko' -prune -o -type f -printf '/%%p\n'
	cat %my_builddir/base-modules
    fi
    if test %CONFIG_MODULE_SIG = "y" -a -d etc/uefi/certs; then
        find etc/uefi/certs -type f -printf '/%%p\n'
    fi
    if test -d lib/firmware/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor; then
        echo "%%dir /lib/firmware/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor"
        cat %my_builddir/base-firmware
    fi
    if [ -e .%_docdir/%name ]; then
	echo "%%doc %_docdir/%name"
    fi
} | sort -u | add_dirs_to_filelist >%my_builddir/kernel-base.files

{
    add_dirs_to_filelist %my_builddir/{kernel-base.files,main-modules}
    if test -d %buildroot/lib/firmware/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor; then
	echo "/lib/firmware/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor"
    fi
} > %my_builddir/kernel-main.files
%if %split_extra
    add_dirs_to_filelist %my_builddir/unsupported-modules > %my_builddir/kernel-extra.files
%endif
for f in %my_builddir/*-kmp-modules; do
	f2=${f%%-modules}.files
	add_dirs_to_filelist "$f" >"$f2"
done

# Hardlink duplicate files automatically (from package fdupes): It doesn't save
# much, but it keeps rpmlint from breaking the package build. Note that we skip
# /usr/src/linux-obj intentionally, to not accidentally break timestamps there
%fdupes $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/lib

%preun -f preun.sh

%postun -f postun.sh

%pre -f pre.sh

%post -f post.sh

%files -f kernel-main.files
%defattr(-, root, root)

%if %CONFIG_MODULES == "y"
%package base
Summary:        Kernel with PAE Support - base modules
Group:          System/Kernel
Url:            http://www.kernel.org/
Provides:       kernel-base = %version-%source_rel
Provides:       multiversion(kernel)
Conflicts:      %name = %version-%release
Requires(pre):  coreutils awk
# For /usr/lib/module-init-tools/weak-modules2
Requires(post): suse-module-tools
# For depmod (modutils is a dependency provided by both module-init-tools and
# kmod-compat)
Requires(post): modutils
# This Requires is wrong, because the post/postun scripts have a
# test -x update-bootloader, having perl-Bootloader is not a hard requirement.
# But, there is no way to tell rpm or yast to schedule the installation
# of perl-Bootloader before kernel-binary.rpm if both are in the list of
# packages to install/update. Likewise, this is true for mkinitrd.
# Need a perl-Bootloader with /usr/lib/bootloader/bootloader_entry
Requires(post): perl-Bootloader >= 0.4.15
%if %build_vanilla
Requires(post): mkinitrd
%else
# Require a mkinitrd that can handle usbhid/hid-generic built-in (bnc#773559)
Requires(post): mkinitrd >= 2.7.1
%endif
# Install the package providing /etc/SuSE-release early enough, so that
# the grub entry has correct title (bnc#757565)
Requires(post): distribution-release

%ifarch %ix86
Provides:       kernel-vmi-base = 2.6.38
Obsoletes:      kernel-vmi-base <= 2.6.38
Provides:       kernel-desktop-base = 4.3
Obsoletes:      kernel-desktop-base <= 4.3
Provides:       kernel-xen-base = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-xen-base <= 4.4
Provides:       kernel-ec2-base = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-ec2-base <= 4.4
%endif
%obsolete_rebuilds %name-base
%ifarch %ix86
Conflicts:      libc.so.6()(64bit)
%endif

%description base
This kernel supports up to 64GB of main memory. It requires Physical
Addressing Extensions (PAE), which were introduced with the Pentium Pro
processor.

PAE is not only more physical address space but also important for the
"no execute" feature which disables execution of code that is marked as
non-executable. Therefore, the PAE kernel should be used on any systems
that support it, regardless of the amount of main memory.

This package contains only the base modules, required in all installs.


%source_timestamp
%preun base -f preun-base.sh

%postun base -f postun-base.sh

%pre base -f pre-base.sh

%post base -f post-base.sh

%files base -f kernel-base.files
%defattr(-, root, root)
%endif

%package extra
Summary:        Kernel with PAE Support - Unsupported kernel modules
Group:          System/Kernel
Url:            http://www.kernel.org/
Provides:       %name-extra_%_target_cpu = %version-%release
Provides:       kernel-extra = %version-%source_rel
Provides:       multiversion(kernel)
Requires:       %{name}_%_target_cpu = %version-%release
Requires(pre):  coreutils awk
Requires(post): modutils
Requires(post): perl-Bootloader
Requires(post): mkinitrd
%ifarch %ix86
Provides:       kernel-vmi-extra = 2.6.38
Obsoletes:      kernel-vmi-extra <= 2.6.38
Provides:       kernel-desktop-extra = 4.3
Obsoletes:      kernel-desktop-extra <= 4.3
Provides:       kernel-xen-extra = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-xen-extra <= 4.4
Provides:       kernel-ec2-extra = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-ec2-extra <= 4.4
%endif
%obsolete_rebuilds %name-extra
Supplements:    packageand(product(SUSE_SLED):%{name}_%_target_cpu)
%ifarch %ix86
Conflicts:      libc.so.6()(64bit)
%endif

%description extra
This kernel supports up to 64GB of main memory. It requires Physical
Addressing Extensions (PAE), which were introduced with the Pentium Pro
processor.

PAE is not only more physical address space but also important for the
"no execute" feature which disables execution of code that is marked as
non-executable. Therefore, the PAE kernel should be used on any systems
that support it, regardless of the amount of main memory.

This package contains additional modules not supported by Novell.


%source_timestamp
%preun extra -f preun-extra.sh

%postun extra -f postun-extra.sh

%pre extra -f pre-extra.sh

%post extra -f post-extra.sh

%if %split_extra

%files extra -f kernel-extra.files
%defattr(-, root, root)
%endif

%if %CONFIG_KMSG_IDS == "y"

%package man
Summary:        The collection of man pages generated by the kmsg script
Group:          System/Kernel

%description man
This package includes the man pages that have been generated from the
kmsg message documentation comments.


%source_timestamp
%files man
%defattr(-,root,root)
/usr/share/man/man9/*
%endif

%package devel
Summary:        Development files necessary for building kernel modules
Group:          Development/Sources
Provides:       %name-devel = %version-%source_rel
Provides:       multiversion(kernel)
%if ! %build_vanilla
Requires:       kernel-devel%variant = %version-%source_rel
Recommends:     make
Recommends:     gcc
Recommends:     perl
Supplements:    packageand(%name:kernel-devel%variant)
%else
Requires:       kernel-source-vanilla = %version-%source_rel
Supplements:    packageand(%name:kernel-source-vanilla)
%endif
%ifarch %ix86
Provides:       kernel-vmi-devel = 2.6.38
Obsoletes:      kernel-vmi-devel <= 2.6.38
Provides:       kernel-desktop-devel = 4.3
Obsoletes:      kernel-desktop-devel <= 4.3
Provides:       kernel-xen-devel = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-xen-devel <= 4.4
Provides:       kernel-ec2-devel = 4.4
Obsoletes:      kernel-ec2-devel <= 4.4
%endif
%obsolete_rebuilds %name-devel
PreReq:         coreutils

%description devel
This package contains files necessary for building kernel modules (and
kernel module packages) against the %build_flavor flavor of the kernel.


%source_timestamp

%if %CONFIG_MODULES == "y"

%pre devel -f devel-pre.sh

%post devel -f devel-post.sh

%files devel -f kernel-devel.files
%defattr(-,root,root)
%dir %obj_install_dir
%dir %obj_install_dir/%cpu_arch
%dir /usr/src/linux-obj
%dir /usr/src/linux-obj/%cpu_arch
%ghost /usr/src/linux-obj/%cpu_arch_flavor
%obj_install_dir/%cpu_arch_flavor
%if %kmp_target_cpu != %cpu_arch
%obj_install_dir/%kmp_target_cpu
/usr/src/linux-obj/%kmp_target_cpu
%endif

%if %CONFIG_SUSE_KERNEL_SUPPORTED == "y"
%package kgraft
Summary:        Metapackage to pull in matching kgraft-patch package
Group:          System/Kernel
Requires:       kgraft-patch-%(echo %version-%source_rel | sed 'y/\./_/')-%build_flavor
Provides:       multiversion(kernel)

%description kgraft
This is a metapackage that pulls in the matching kgraft-patch package for a
given kernel version. The advantage of the metapackage is that its name is
static, unlike the kgraft-patch-<kernel-version>-flavor package names.

%files kgraft
# rpmlint complains about empty packages, so lets own something
%defattr(-, root, root)
%dir /lib/modules/%kernelrelease-%build_flavor
%endif

%endif # %CONFIG_MODULES

%changelog