Re: [EXT] Re: Kmods SIG in RHEL

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On 21/09/2022 12.02, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
On 21/09/2022 11:51, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
On 21/09/2022 08:32, Thomas Stephen Lee wrote:

a part of RHEL 9?
If yes, what is the repository name?
If not, when can we expect it to be included?



No, it's not part of RHEL9 , and it's built and maintained by the Kmods SIG (see as a community project.

They were building it first for Stream 9 and later asked to also build for/against RHEL9 kernel when it was available (see

Kind Regards,

Oups, realizing that I replied with same URL you gave and (I'll blame lack of coffee effect :-) ) my brain translated initially to artifacts/rpms that can be found on ... But answer is still correct but now more complete as you see where built/signed pkgs are landing too (even if that was in the infra tracker ticket)

In addition to what Fabian already mentioned:

The Kmods SIG does by now provide all packages it provides for Stream 9 also for RHEL9. However, there is no easy way for you to enable the Kmods SIG's repositories on RHEL9 (yet) as SIGs can not (yet) provide centos-release-* packages for RHEL9 (and its clones) [1].

In case you want to use any package provided by the Kmods SIG for RHEL9 you have to manually add its repositories for now, e.g. by copying [2] to /etc/yum.repos.d/centos-kmods.repo Note that you also need to copy the Kmods SIG's GPG key [3] to /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-SIG-Kmods

We hope to be able to provide a centos-release-kmods package soon which should then allow you to consume the Kmods SIG's content after a simple dnf install command similar to how you can easily enable EPEL.

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