Ok i wasn't clear enough, that is nearly what i meant, get whatever
patches considering the source kernel you have to bring it up2date to
2.4.12 (i would actually recommend 2.4.13-pre1).
Ah, the joys of English language ...
On Wed, 2001-10-17 at 09:35, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On 17 Oct 2001, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
>> > just did a tar xvjf on linux-2.4.12.tar.bz2 and it untarred wrongly (bad
> > end of file) (got the source kernel 2 minutes ago from esat).
> > Try 2.4.10 and then get the patches, might be better ... worst case, get
> > the one directly from kernel.org
>> no no no no no NOOOOOOOOOOOOO
>> if you already have kernel source locally - get the PATCHES!
>> (unless total size of patches > size of kernel source )
>> there's even a ferkin script included with the source to apply the
> patches for you fer ferkin hurkin sake!
>> see the top of the file for usage.
>> couldn't be simpler.
>> > Steph
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