Yes, I will support lucid for sure, but at the moment I have not tried it yet, it's under an heavy development and things change/break too fast yet.
When will be the moment, I'll start to work on it.
Anyway, you can rebuild the packages for lucid easily (assuming that something new in the new kernel has not broken the compatibility, in which case more work would be required):
- Get the sources for karmic from the repository and extract them.
- Open the 'debian/changelog' file and add a new entry on the top, for the kernel version you are going to build for. For instance, if you are going to rebuild 'samsung-blacklight', add a new entry like this:
samsung-backlight (2.6.32-12~ppa1~loms~karmic) lucid; urgency=low
* Package adapted to lucid
-- Full Signature
- Use the command 'fakeroot debian/rules clean' from inside the sources' directory, to clean and update them.
- Use the command 'dpkg-buildpackage' to build the new package.
If the process stops and complains about missing required packages, install them and retry.
If everything goes well, you'll have the .deb files ready to be installed.
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