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Thanks, now it works....
Ryan Viljoen wrote:
>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 ..."
> apply_patch $i
> 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 $i ; done
> exit 2
> APPLIED_PATCHES="$name $APPLIED_PATCHES"
>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
>>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
>>If I put Y,
>>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
>>and get the
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