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I also asked this awhile back, the only way to get it to work is to
hack it, its quite dirty. Open up the apply script in an editor and
look for the following section:
for i in $PATCH_DIR/[0-9]* ; do
echo "Applying $name ..."
if [ $ret -eq 10 ] ; then
prompt_yes "$name will not apply cleanly. Reverse
applied patches" || exit 1
elif [ $ret -eq 20 ] ; then
echo "Eeep! Patch $name was supposed to apply cleanly
echo "Stopping right now. The patches that did
successfully apply were:"
for i in $APPLIED_PATCHES ; do echo $i ; done
If you look at your if statements they should be 1 and 2 change them
to 10 and 20. It will than apply all the patches to the kernel. Than
make menucconfig and continue.
I cant remember who told me about this but thanks to who ever it was.
Hope it helps
On 5/19/05, Leandro Castanheira <lleandro@...> wrote:
> I'm trying to patch my kernel but when I run
> I get:
> Applying 101-kdb-v4.4-2.6.11-rc3-common-1 ...
> 101-kdb-v4.4-2.6.11-rc3-common-1 will not apply cleanly. Reverse applied
> patches [Yn]?
> If I put Y,
> Reversing patches...
> but nothing happens..
> I already try to del the 101-kdb-v4.4-2.6.11-rc3-common-1 file in the
> /root/software-suspend-2.1.8-for-2.6.11/ put the appears another one
> 102********* will not apply cleanly. Reverse applied patches [Yn]?
> So, what can i do?
> I did the
> emerge kernel-sources
> and get the
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