How to use grubby_build method in autotest

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...1195 tarball_md5 = md5.md5( if tarball_md5 != GRUBBY_TARBALL_MD5:1197 return None1198 return tarball1199 def grubby_build(self, topdir, tarball):1200 '''1201 Attempts to build grubby from the source tarball1202 '''1203 def log_lines(lines):1204 for line in lines:1205 self.log.debug(line.strip())1206 try:1207 find_header('popt.h')1208 except ValueError:1209 self.log.debug('No popt.h header present, skipping build')1210 return False1211 tarball_name = os.path.basename(tarball)1212 srcdir = os.path.join(topdir, 'src')1213 srcdir = self._extract_tarball(tarball, srcdir)1214 os.chdir(srcdir)1215 self.grubby_install_patch_makefile()1216 result = subprocess.Popen(['make'],1217 stdout=subprocess.PIPE,1218 stderr=subprocess.PIPE)1219 if result.wait() != 0:1220 self.log.debug('Failed to build grubby during "make" step')1221 log_lines( return False1223 install_root = os.path.join(topdir, 'install_root')1224 os.environ['DESTDIR'] = install_root1225 result = subprocess.Popen(['make', 'install'],1226 stdout=subprocess.PIPE,1227 stderr=subprocess.PIPE)1228 if result.wait() != 0:1229 self.log.debug('Failed to build grubby during "make install" step')1230 log_lines( return False1232 return True1233 def grubby_install(self, path=None):1234 '''1235 Attempts to install a recent enough version of grubby1236 So far tested on:1237 * Fedora 16 x86_641238 * Debian 6 x86_641239 * SuSE 12.1 x86_641240 * RHEL 4 on ia64 (with updated python 2.4)1241 * RHEL 5 on ia641242 * RHEL 6 on ppc641243 '''1244 if path is None:1245 if os.geteuid() == 0:1246 path = GRUBBY_DEFAULT_SYSTEM_PATH1247 else:1248 path = GRUBBY_DEFAULT_USER_PATH1249 topdir = tempfile.mkdtemp()1250 deps_klass = DISTRO_DEPS_MAPPING.get(detect_distro_type(), None)1251 if deps_klass is not None:1252 deps = deps_klass()1253 if not deps.check():1254 self.log.warn('Installing distro build deps for grubby. This '1255 'may take a while, depending on bandwidth and '1256 'actual number of packages to install')1257 if not deps.install():1258 self.log.error('Failed to install distro build deps for '1259 'grubby')1260 tarball = self.grubby_install_fetch_tarball(topdir)1261 if tarball is None:1262 raise GrubbyInstallException('Failed to fetch grubby tarball')1263 srcdir = os.path.join(topdir, 'src')1264 install_root = os.path.join(topdir, 'install_root')1265 os.mkdir(install_root)1266 if not self.grubby_build(topdir, tarball):1267 raise GrubbyInstallException('Failed to build grubby')1268 self.grubby_install_backup(path)1269 grubby_bin = os.path.join(install_root, 'sbin', 'grubby')1270 inst_dir = os.path.dirname(path)1271 if not os.access(inst_dir, os.W_OK):1272 raise GrubbyInstallException('No permission to copy grubby '1273 'binary to directory "%s"' % inst_dir)1274 try:1275 shutil.copy(grubby_bin, path)1276 except Exception:1277 raise GrubbyInstallException('Failed to copy grubby binary to '1278 'directory "%s"' % inst_dir)1279 return path1280 def boot_once(self, title=None):...

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