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Re: Applying Debian glibc patches on a non-Debian machine

On Mon, 26 Jan 2004, Philip Blundell wrote:

> The patches are often interdependent.  You must apply all of them,
> particularly the -cvs ones.

I did also try patching without deleting the non-ARM named patch files.
However, I *think* that the problem is that some of the patches require
patch -p0 and others -p1, and I just have to work out the Debian

Is it worth trying to execute the patches using the bash script header
contained with each patch, or for my purposes, shall I dump them into
the patch utility as normal (once I've worked out whether they need -p0,
-p1 or any other pnum)?

Stuart Winter
www.interlude.org.uk & www.biscuit.org.uk
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