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authorTony Lambiris2016-07-05 19:28:38 -0400
committerTony Lambiris2016-07-05 19:28:38 -0400
commitf9da30a5aa361ec24db25875a9fe254f72d4a9c3 (patch)
treeedfe92cad38d16b18d5296a12365d4ee9703ab2d /linux-macbook.install
parent78a8b2e91463f7e66ad55bcd362ab25728e80b79 (diff)
downloadaur-f9da30a5aa361ec24db25875a9fe254f72d4a9c3.tar.gz
Renaming linux-macbook-pro to linux-macbook
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+# arg 1: the new package version
+# arg 2: the old package version
+
+KERNEL_NAME=-macbook-pro
+KERNEL_VERSION=
+
+display_requirements () {
+cat <<-EOF
+
+ To get suspend working properly you must do the following:
+
+ Add disable_mode=1 to your kernel boot options.
+ In my case I use grub so I appended this to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX
+ in /etc/default/grub and then ran the following command as root:
+ grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
+
+ Create /etc/tmpfiles.d/wakeup.conf with the contents:
+ w /proc/acpi/wakeup - - - - LID0
+
+EOF
+}
+
+post_install () {
+ # updating module dependencies
+ echo ">>> Updating module dependencies. Please wait ..."
+ depmod ${KERNEL_VERSION}
+ echo ">>> Generating initial ramdisk, using mkinitcpio. Please wait..."
+ mkinitcpio -p linux${KERNEL_NAME}
+
+ display_requirements
+}
+
+post_upgrade() {
+ if findmnt --fstab -uno SOURCE /boot &>/dev/null && ! mountpoint -q /boot; then
+ echo "WARNING: /boot appears to be a separate partition but is not mounted."
+ fi
+
+ # updating module dependencies
+ echo ">>> Updating module dependencies. Please wait ..."
+ depmod ${KERNEL_VERSION}
+ echo ">>> Generating initial ramdisk, using mkinitcpio. Please wait..."
+ mkinitcpio -p linux${KERNEL_NAME}
+
+ if [ $(vercmp $2 3.13) -lt 0 ]; then
+ echo ">>> WARNING: AT keyboard support is no longer built into the kernel."
+ echo ">>> In order to use your keyboard during early init, you MUST"
+ echo ">>> include the 'keyboard' hook in your mkinitcpio.conf."
+ fi
+
+ display_requirements
+}
+
+post_remove() {
+ # also remove the compat symlinks
+ rm -f boot/initramfs-linux${KERNEL_NAME}.img
+ rm -f boot/initramfs-linux${KERNEL_NAME}-fallback.img
+}