dell-flash-unlock: Remove dependency on GNU Make

Use shell scripting in the recipe instead of GNU make's
conditional syntax. This allows the Makefile to work with
the default implementations of make on the BSDs.

Signed-off-by: Nicholas Chin <nic.c3.14@gmail.com>
master
Nicholas Chin 2024-05-01 21:39:13 -06:00 committed by Leah Rowe
parent ec7209aed3
commit 9c1a7e0f79
2 changed files with 7 additions and 12 deletions

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@ -3,16 +3,14 @@
CC=cc
CFLAGS=-Wall -Wextra -Werror -O2 -pedantic
ifeq ($(shell uname), OpenBSD)
CFLAGS += -l$(shell uname -p)
endif
ifeq ($(shell uname), NetBSD)
CFLAGS += -l$(shell uname -p)
endif
SRCS=dell_flash_unlock.c accessors.c
all: $(SRCS) accessors.h
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCS) -o dell_flash_unlock
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)"; \
if [ $$(uname) = OpenBSD ] || [ $$(uname) = NetBSD ]; then \
CFLAGS="$$CFLAGS -l$$(uname -p)"; \
fi; \
$(CC) $$CFLAGS $(SRCS) -o dell_flash_unlock
clean:
rm -f dell_flash_unlock

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@ -21,16 +21,13 @@ around 2008 (E6400 era).
with that option set.
### OpenBSD/NetBSD/FreeBSD
- The makefile is not currently compatible with POSIX make; install and use GNU
Make (gmake) to build dell-flash-unlock instead of make
- On OpenBSD/NetBSD/FreeBSD, ensure you are booting with securelevel set to -1.
### General
Make sure an AC adapter is plugged into your system
Run `make` (or `gmake` on BSD) to compile the utility, and then run
`./dell_flash_unlock` with root/superuser permissions and follow the directions
it outputs.
Run `make` to compile the utility, and then run `./dell_flash_unlock` with
root/superuser permissions and follow the directions it outputs.
## Confirmed supported devices
- Latitude E6400, E6500