On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 12:38 -0400, Chuck Ebbert wrote:
The problem here is that without the requires, it's not guaranteed to be
first in the transaction set and thus it can't be used. In the past,
we've just added them as requires to mkinitrd, though. mdadm hasn't
been there in the past because we used our own raid stuff. Just poked
Peter to make the change.
And longer term, I'll talk with Panu about other ways of providing
hinting for ordering so that we can maybe avoid having to use the
Others might need a new release of cpuspeed (if they use it.)
For cpuspeed, it's more a matter of needing to conflict with the old
version that won't work with the new kernel. See
kernel_dot_org_conflicts and package_conflicts and adjust accordingly.