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SubjectRE: Applying multiple patches
Yes I noticed that last night when I started looking through the .rej and
.orig file,
so beeing week I gave up and installed the ac7 patch only (least that got
the NetGear ea101 working) ill leave the file system ill ive got the laptop
set up,

still need to apply the xfsm path for an indy i have (but that will be on a
plain old



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Duffy []
> Sent: 04 September 2001 23:54
> To: Elgar, Jeremy
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: Applying multiple patches
> On Tue, 2001-09-04 at 06:07, Elgar, Jeremy wrote:
> > The problem I have is thus, I want to apply
> patch-2.4.9-ac6 (I guess might
> > as well do ac7 now) and the xfs patch
> > but both are from a vanilla 2-4-9.
> I would suggest not trying this out as your first patch conflict fix
> attempt. Both xfs and ac are large and touch a bunch of core linux
> files. Getting xfs to apply on top of ac requires an
> intimate knowledge
> of the xfs (and some ac) code. If you are interested in
> trying out, see
> how it was done for the 2.4.3-SGI_XFS_1.0.1 rpm that SGI put out for
> xfs-enabled redhat 7.1.
> If you download the src.rpm from,
> you will find
> an xfs patch that applies on an ac patch. Now, both xfs and ac have
> changed a bunch from the 2.4.3 days, but this will give you a
> good start
> at figuring out what was done to get the two to play nice together.
> -tduffy

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