From: Gilles (gilles_at_harfang.homelinux.org)
Date: Wed 27 Oct 2004 - 22:22:17 BST
> > > In the mean time you can manually download newer patches
> > > into /usr/src/kernel-patches/diffs/ctx/ and otherwise do what you
> > > usually do when you build debian kernels.
> > No, that doesn't work: The patches do not apply cleanly on Debian-patched
> > kernel sources.
> every now and then (when one of the debian maintainers
> pay a visit or some debian folks with personal agenda
> come around, and provide a simple patch to get the a
> debian kernel from vanilla) I update the patches to the
> debian sources, those patches should work here too ...
The one I tried is
which didn't work with the Debian source for kernel 18.104.22.168
> > On the other hand, what works is:
> > - download the "vanilla" kernel and vserver patch,
> > - "manually" patch the kernel,
> > - then use the Debian kernel-package tools as usual, to create a package
> > to be installed with "dpkg".
> which IMHO is the better solution anyway, as the vanilla
> patches (vserver wise) are much more tested than the
> debian patches ...
By the way, was there a patch for kernel 2.6.7? I didn't find it on
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