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SubjectRe: Wheee.. 2.1.108ac2
Chris Wedgwood <> said:
> On Tue, Jul 07, 1998 at 06:17:04AM -0500, Thomas Molina wrote:
> > I thought the acX patches were serial (i.e. patch with ac1 then ac2,
> > etc). Does this mean we should ignore 108ac1 and apply ac2 to a clean
> > 2.1.108 source tree?

> ac1-ac2 is the diff. between ac2 and ac2 (obviously). ac2 (alone) is the
> diff between the kernel tree and ac2.
> Both don't always exist, time constraints I guess.

In this case, 2.1.108-ac1 is broken (as a patch); 2.1.108-ac2 includes
everything that was in there.
Dr. Horst H. von Brand
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