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Re: Compiling kernel with patches

On Sat, 5 Jul 2003 09:46:26 +0200
Christophe Courtois <christophe@courtois.cc> wrote:

>  Do you know a way to check if a patch was successfully applied ? There 
> seems to be nothing obvious...

If you redirect the output of your make-kpkg command line to a file, you can
examine the file. There will be messages to let you know whether or not the
patches were applied.

When you install the kernel .deb, the file /boot/patches-<kernel_name> has
the names of all patches that were applied.
I would suggest changing the ownership of your /usr/src/kernel-patches tree
to your_user_name.src:

bash:/usr/src# chown -R christophe.src kernel-patches


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