File of Package kernel-source.8967

# spec file for package kernel-obs-qa
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# needsrootforbuild

%define patchversion @PATCHVERSION@
%define variant @VARIANT@%{nil}

%include %_sourcedir/kernel-spec-macros

Name:           kernel-obs-qa
BuildRequires:  kernel-default
# kernel-obs-build must be also configured as VMinstall, but is required
# here as well to avoid that qa and build package build parallel
BuildRequires:  kernel-obs-build
BuildRequires:  modutils
ExclusiveArch:  @ARCHS@
%if 0%{?suse_version} < 1200
# for SLE 11
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
Summary:        Basic QA tests for the kernel
License:        GPL-2.0
Group:          SLES
Version:        @RPMVERSION@
%if 0%{?is_kotd}
Release:        <RELEASE>.g@COMMIT@
Release:        @RELEASE@

This package is using the kernel compiled within Open Build Service(OBS)
projects and runs basic tests.



# More tests are comming, currently the main test is the existens of
# this spec file. It does trigger a build within OBS VM which is using
# the kernel of the same project.

# test suites should be packaged in other packages, but build required
# and called here.

krel=$(uname -r)
if test ! -d "/lib/modules/$krel/kernel"; then
	echo "Kernel package for $krel not installed; exiting"
	exit 0
/sbin/modprobe loop

mkdir -p %{buildroot}/usr/share/%name
touch %{buildroot}/usr/share/%name/logfile


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