Re: Patching kernel-sources.
On 11-Feb-03, you wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 11, 2003 at 08:50:23PM +0100, Thomas Sjölin wrote:
>> As usual I have forgotten how to do this..
>> I like fiddling around compiling my own kernels and I thought I'd have a
>> go with 2.2.14.
>> However, I don't remember how to patch the kernel-source. Both the
>> kernel-source and the kernel-patch trees are in place in /usr/src but
>> then I'm stuck...
>> Configuring and compiling the kernel I remember very well how to, but not
>> patching the source-tree for m68k.
>> So, can please anyone remind me how this is done.
> read /usr/share/doc/kernel-patch-2.2.20-m68k/README.Debian ?
> And you don't want to use 2.2.14 anymore, 2.2.20 is very stable
> cts@aahz:/usr/share/doc/kernel-patch-2.2.20-m68k>uname -a
> Linux aahz 2.2.20 #1 Thu Jul 4 16:58:06 EDT 2002 m68k unknown
> 14:52:00 up 21 days, 15:00, 7 users, load average: 1.08, 1.07, 1.02
Darn... typo.. 2.4.14 was what I ment.
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