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Subjectext3 and reiserfs / patches
Hmm, very stupid question...
Firstly, thanks to all the responses helping me to get the
(EXPERIMENTAL) out of the way...
Now, is reiserfs the same as ext3? if not, what's the diff/best?

Also, concerning the patches

I only once attempted to patch a kernel and it came out a beeeeeg
messup. I'm not very sure about the procedure, I always untar my new
kernel in /opt and then rename the linux folder to the version number (
sometimes have 4 or 5 kernels, so need to distinguish...)
Lets say I have a /opt/247 kernel source , how exactly would I patch it
and with which of the patches? Do you patch the 247 kernel with the 247
patch, or do you patch it with a higher version, and if so, how many
"steps" can you go higher?

Sorry for the ignorance, but hey, atleast i'm willing to learn!
Thanks

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