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SubjectRe: patch-pre2.0.11 small patchfile problem?
>|diff -u --recursive --new-file pre2.0.10/linux/drivers/sound/
>|--- pre2.0.10/linux/drivers/sound/ Fri Apr 12 15:52:02 1996
>|+++ linux/drivers/sound/ Mon Jun 3 16:19:44 1996
>Patching file linux/drivers/sound/ using Plan A...
>Reversed (or previously applied) patch detected! Assume -R? [y]
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>is this a problem, or should i ignore it? I have sound support included
>the rest of the patch was ok ... strange

Ignore it. All it means is that you have been using the integrated
kernel-style sound configuration script instead of Hannu's separate

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