How to use add_to_bootloader method in autotest

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...24 kernel.install(install_vmlinux=False)25 if need_reboot:26 kernel.boot()27 else:28 kernel.add_to_bootloader()29 def _kernel_install_koji(self, koji_tag, package="kernel", dep_pkgs=None,30 need_reboot=True, sub_pkgs=None):31 sm = software_manager.SoftwareManager()32 for utility in ['/usr/bin/koji', '/usr/bin/brew']:33 if not os.access(utility, os.X_OK):34 logging.debug("%s missing - trying to install", utility)35 pkg = sm.provides(utility)36 if pkg is not None:37 sm.install(pkg)38 else:39 logging.error("No %s available on software sources" %40 utility)41 # First, download packages via koji/brew42 c = utils_koji.KojiClient()43 deps_rpms = ""44 if dep_pkgs:45 for p in dep_pkgs.split():46'Fetching kernel dependencies: %s', p)47 k_dep = utils_koji.KojiPkgSpec(tag=koji_tag, package=p,48 subpackages=[p])49 c.get_pkgs(k_dep, self.bindir)50 deps_rpms += " "51 deps_rpms += os.path.join(self.bindir,52 c.get_pkg_rpm_file_names(k_dep)[0])53 if sub_pkgs:54 sub_pkgs = sub_pkgs.split()55 subpackages = [package] + sub_pkgs56 else:57 subpackages = [package]58 k = utils_koji.KojiPkgSpec(tag=koji_tag, package=package,59 subpackages=subpackages)60 c.get_pkgs(k, self.bindir)61 pkgs = c.get_pkg_rpm_file_names(k)62 for pkg in pkgs:63 for sub_pkg in sub_pkgs:64 if sub_pkg in pkg:65 deps_rpms += os.path.join(self.bindir, pkg)66 break67 else:68 kernel_rpm = os.path.join(self.bindir, pkg)69 # Then install kernel rpm packages.70 self._kernel_install_rpm(kernel_rpm, deps_rpms, need_reboot)71 def _kernel_install_src(self, base_tree, config, config_list=None,72 patch_list=None, need_reboot=True):73 if not utils.is_url(base_tree):74 base_tree = os.path.join(self.bindir, base_tree)75 if not utils.is_url(config):76 config = os.path.join(self.bindir, config)77 kernel = self.job.kernel(base_tree, self.outputdir)78 if patch_list:79 patches = []80 for p in patch_list:81 # Make sure all the patches are in local.82 if not utils.is_url(p):83 continue84 dst = os.path.join(self.bindir, os.path.basename(p))85 local_patch = utils.get_file(p, dst)86 patches.append(local_patch)87 kernel.patch(*patches)88 kernel.config(config, config_list)89 kernel.install()91 if need_reboot:92 kernel.boot()93 else:94 kernel.add_to_bootloader()95 def _kernel_install_git(self, repo, config, repo_base=None,96 branch="master", commit=None, config_list=None,97 patch_list=None, need_reboot=True):98 repodir = os.path.join("/tmp", 'kernel_src')99 repodir = git.get_repo(uri=repo, branch=branch,100 destination_dir=repodir,101 commit=commit, base_uri=repo_base)102 self._kernel_install_src(repodir, config, config_list, patch_list,103 need_reboot)104 def execute(self, install_type="koji", params=None):105 need_reboot = params.get("need_reboot") == "yes"106"Chose to install kernel through '%s', proceeding",107 install_type)108 if install_type == "rpm":...

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