Ilya A. Otyutskiy wrote: > You will get stock RHEL kernel by doing that. Anyways, why do you need > exactly centos kernel? As you can see below -- it's just stock RHEL > one but with some slight changes which doesn't affect functionality. Just wanted to rebuild with TOMOYO enabled. To do so, I wanted to know what modification is required for reusing upstream packages. Akemi Yagi wrote: > In addition to the above, one line in the genkey file is modified by CentOS: > > Name-Real: CentOS Thanks Akemi. So, roughly speaking centos's kernel srpm is made with sed -i -e 's at --keyring \./kernel\.pub Red at --keyring ./kernel.pub CentOS@' -- SPECS/kernel.spec sed -i -e 's at Red Hat, Inc\. at CentOS@' -- SOURCES/genkey . Karanbir Singh wrote: > We have enough ( but barely enough ) space on the mirrors for > 6.0/cr/SRPMS; however that would then mean that we no longer have enough > space to get 6.1 on there. I see. The reason the directory remains empty is to save disk space. > So just to keep with the theme of things, what is the feeling if I were : > - to drop the CR/SRPMS into vault.c.o > - add a .repo stanza into the centos-release-cr rpm with a [sources] > pointing to the right place I'm fine with that approach. Thanks.