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SubjectRe: [PATCH] builddeb: introduce variables for control-file customization
On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 9:13 AM, Henning Schild
<> wrote:
> The debian packages coming out of "make *deb-pkg" lack some critical
> information in the control-files e.g. the "Depends:" field. If one
> tries to install a fresh system with such a "linux-image" debootstrap or
> multistrap might try to install the kernel before its deps and the
> package hooks will fail.

Has that shown up in practice? The builddeb script goes back some years now...

> + eval 'create_package "$kernel_headers_packagename" \
> + "$kernel_headers_dir"' "$KDEB_OPTS_IMAGE_HEADERS"

eval in a shell script with arbitrary input can lead to shenanigans like

make bindeb-pkg KDEB_OPTS_IMAGE_HEADERS="; echo All your base"

and other potentially nastier things. Probably not an issue for a
typical kernel developer sitting in front of his or her laptop, but if
I ran a big automated unattended build farm I might prefer a non-eval


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