Patchwork update-modules: remove recipe from oe-core

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Submitter Laurentiu Palcu
Date Feb. 4, 2013, 11:36 a.m.
Message ID <1359977811-14718-1-git-send-email-laurentiu.palcu@intel.com>
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Laurentiu Palcu - Feb. 4, 2013, 11:36 a.m.
update-modules is not used anymore. Any references to it have been
removed, some time ago, from all recipes/bbclasses. It stayed in oe-core
in case anybody still wanted to use it. Time for it to go.

Signed-off-by: Laurentiu Palcu <laurentiu.palcu@intel.com>
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 .../update-modules/update-modules-1.0/COPYING.GPL  |  339 --------------------
 .../update-modules-1.0/update-modules              |  209 ------------
 .../update-modules/update-modules_1.0.bb           |   26 --
 3 files changed, 574 deletions(-)
 delete mode 100644 meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/COPYING.GPL
 delete mode 100755 meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/update-modules
 delete mode 100644 meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules_1.0.bb

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diff --git a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/COPYING.GPL b/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/COPYING.GPL
deleted file mode 100644
index d511905..0000000
--- a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/COPYING.GPL
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,339 +0,0 @@ 
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diff --git a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/update-modules b/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/update-modules
deleted file mode 100755
index 99040a1..0000000
--- a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules-1.0/update-modules
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,209 +0,0 @@ 
-#!/bin/sh
-#
-# This is the update-modules script for Debian GNU/Linux.
-# Copyright 1998-2001 Wichert Akkerman <wakkerma@debian.org>
-# Licensed under the GNU GPL, version 2
-#
-
-MODCONFFILE=/etc/modules.conf
-MODCONFTMPFILE="${MODCONFFILE}.$$"
-MODULESFILE=/etc/modules
-MODULESTMPFILE="${MODULESFILE}.$$"
-
-ARCHDIR=/etc/modutils/arch
-CPUDIR=/etc/modutils/cpu
-HEADER="### This file is automatically generated by update-modules"
-
-set -e
-
-if [ "$1" = "force" ] ; then
-	force=1
-else
-	force=
-fi
-
-# Reset the sorting order since we depend on it
-LC_COLLATE=C
-export LC_COLLATE
-
-depdir()
-{
-	dep=`grep '[[:space:]]*depfile' "${MODCONFFILE}" | tail -n 1 | sed -e 's/depfile=//' -e 's,/[^/]*$,,'`
-	if [ -z "$dep" ] ; then
-		dep="/lib/modules/`uname -r`"
-	fi
-
-	echo $dep
-}
-
-arch() {
-	local model=`uname -m`
-	case $model in
-		i[0-9]86) model=i386; ;;
-		sun4u) model=sparc64; ;;
-		arm*) model=arm; ;;
-		ppc) model=powerpc; ;;
-	esac
-	echo $model
-}
-
-archmodel() {
-	local arch=`arch`
-	local model=""
-	if [ $arch = "m68k" ]; then
-		if [ -f /proc/hardware ]; then
-			model=`sed -ne 's/^Model:[[:space:]]*//p' /proc/hardware`
-			case $model in
-				Atari*) model="atari"; ;;
-				Amiga*) model="amiga"; ;;
-				Macintosh*) model="mac"; ;;
-				Motorola*) model="MVME"; ;;
-				*) model="generic"; ;;
-			esac
-			model=".${model}"
-		else
-			echo "/proc/hardware does not exist, assuming general m68k system"
-			model=".generic"
-		fi
-	elif [ $arch = "powerpc" ]; then
-		if [ -f /proc/cpuinfo ]; then
-			model=`sed -ne 's/^machine[[:space:]]*:[[:space:]]*//p' /proc/cpuinfo`
-			case $model in
-				Amiga*) model="apus"; ;;
-				Power*) model="pmac"; ;;
-				*) model="generic"; ;;
-			esac
-			model=".${model}"
-		else
-			echo "/proc/cpuinfo does not exist, assuming general powerpc system"
-			model=".generic"
-		fi
-	fi
-	echo "${arch}${model}"
-}
-
-checkoverwrite() {
-	local cfgfile="$1"
-
-	if [ -f "$cfgfile" ]; then
-		if ! sed -ne 1p "$cfgfile" | grep -q "^$HEADER" ; then
-			echo "Error: the current $cfgfile is not automatically generated." >&2
-			if [ -z "$force" ]; then
-				echo "Use \"update-modules force\" to force (re)generation."
-				exit 1
-			else
-				echo "force specified, (re)generating file anyway."
-			fi
-		fi
-	fi
-}
-
-createfile() {
-	cat <<EOF > "$1"
-$HEADER"
-#
-# Please do not edit this file directly. If you want to change or add
-# anything please take a look at the files in /etc/modutils, /etc/modules-load.d 
-# and read the manpage for update-modules.
-#
-EOF
-}
-
-addfile() {
-	local src="$1"
-	local tgt="$2"
-
-	echo "### update-modules: start processing $src" >> "$tgt"
-	if [ -x "$src" ]; then
-		if !  "$src" >> "$tgt" ; then
-			echo "Error while executing $src, aborting" >&2
-			exit 1
-		fi
-	else
-		cat "$src" >> "$tgt"
-	fi
-	cat <<EOF >> "$tgt"
-
-### update-modules: end processing $cfg
-
-EOF
-}
-
-
-checkoverwrite "$MODCONFFILE"
-
-if [ 0 -ne "`id -u`" ]; then
-	echo "You have to be root to do this." >&2
-	exit 2
-fi
-
-model=`archmodel`
-oldmodel=$model
-
-while [ ! -f "${ARCHDIR}/${model}" ]; do
-	oldmodel=$model
-	model=`echo $oldmodel | sed -e 's/\.[^.]\+//'`
-	if [ "$model" = "$oldmodel" ]; then
-		break
-	fi
-	echo "Configuration for $oldmodel not found, trying $model"
-done
-
-CONF="${ARCHDIR}/${model}"
-
-if [ ! -f "$CONF" ]; then
-	## echo "Architecture-specific modutils configuration not found, using defaults"
-	CONF="${ARCHDIR}/generic"
-fi
-
-[ -e "$MODCONFFILE" ] && cp -f "$MODCONFFILE" "${MODCONFFILE}.old"
-
-createfile "$MODCONFTMPFILE"
-createfile "$MODULESTMPFILE"
-
-# well we're using /etc/modprobe.d/*.conf instead of /etc/modutils/*.conf anyway..
-for cfg in /etc/modutils/* $CONF ; do
-	if [ -f "$cfg" ]; then # this check is necesarry to skip /etc/modutils/archs
-		if echo $cfg | grep -q '\.dpkg-[a-z]*\|~$' ; then
-		        true
-		elif echo $cfg | grep -q '\.conf$' ; then
-			addfile "$cfg" "$MODCONFTMPFILE"
-		else
-			echo "Please migrate your $cfg file to /etc/modules-load.d/*.conf"
-			addfile "$cfg" "$MODULESTMPFILE"
-		fi
-	fi
-done
-for cfg in /etc/modules-load.d/*.conf; do
-	if [ -f "$cfg" ]; then # this check is necesarry to skip weird entries
-		if echo $cfg | grep -q '\.dpkg-[a-z]*\|~$' ; then
-		        true
-		else
-			addfile "$cfg" "$MODULESTMPFILE"
-		fi
-	fi
-done
-
-first_time=0
-if [ ! -f $MODULESFILE ]; then
-  first_time=1
-fi
-
-mv "$MODCONFTMPFILE" "$MODCONFFILE"
-mv "$MODULESTMPFILE" "$MODULESFILE"
-
-# Don't run modutils.sh if systemd is installed
-if [ $first_time -eq 1 ] && [ ! -e /bin/systemctl ]; then
-  /etc/init.d/modutils.sh || true
-fi
-
-# We also call depmod here to stop insmod from complaining that modules.conf
-# is more recent then modules.dep
-#
-if [ -d "`depdir`" -a -f /proc/modules ]
-then
-	depmod -A || true
-fi
-
-exit 0
-
diff --git a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules_1.0.bb b/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules_1.0.bb
deleted file mode 100644
index 2af75e6..0000000
--- a/meta/recipes-kernel/update-modules/update-modules_1.0.bb
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@ 
-DESCRIPTION = "script to manage module configuration files."
-SECTION = "base"
-LICENSE = "GPLv2"
-LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://${WORKDIR}/COPYING.GPL;md5=751419260aa954499f7abaabaa882bbe"
-
-RDEPENDS_${PN} = "module-init-tools-depmod"
-
-PR = "r13"
-
-SRC_URI = "file://update-modules \
-           file://COPYING.GPL"
-
-inherit allarch
-
-pkg_postinst_${PN} () {
-if [ "x$D" != "x" ]; then
-	exit 1
-fi
-update-modules
-}
-
-do_install() {
-	install -d ${D}${sbindir}
-	install ${WORKDIR}/update-modules ${D}${sbindir}
-}
-