From: Cathy Sarisky (cathy_at_acornhosting.net)
Date: Wed 27 Nov 2002 - 16:16:25 GMT
It's also entirely possible to take a RH7.3 system, download the 2.4.19 kernel (www.kernel.org) and then patch that. That's been my preference so far, anyway.
Is there a reason to run with a patched RedHat kernel?
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*before anyone flames me (it just occured to me that that was ambiguous): I'm re-IPing because I'm moving to a different bandwidth provider because my old one had _other_ customers hosting spammers and spews listed the whole /19. No spam here!
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From: Nuno Silva <nuno.silva_at_vgertech.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 12:14:57 +0000
>Mr. Lyashkov mantains a set of patches for RH kernels here:
>You may find that easier than patching it yourself ;)
>Graham Bevins wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I have been trying to patch the 2.4.19ctx-14 patch against the source rpm
>> of RH7.3's kernel (2.4.18-3) and I get a number of errors. I am new to
>> kernel patching and have been through the howto although this doesn't
>> explain what to do with .rej files too clearly(IMHO).
>> There are lines preceeded with an "!". What does this mean? I have looked
>> through the .orig file and the patched file and can find no references to
>> the code contained within the .rej file... I'm confused..
>> Has anyone tried patching against 2.4.18-3 of Redhat's and had similar
>> any help would be really appreciated.
>> Graham Bevins.
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