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Subject2.5.59 won't boot, 2.5.58 will, how to I use bitkeeper to get 'in between' ?
Until now, all 2.5.59-based kernels (2.5.59 vanilla, 2.5.59 + vmlinux
patch, 2.5.59-mm[1-8]) hang very early in the boot-process on my system,
right after 'Uncompressing Linux...'

I am willing to try which patch between 2.5.58 and 2.5.59 caused this,
but I can't find out how to extract these patches. If I browse the
linux-2.5 repository on the web-interface @ bitkeeper, I don't see a
message 'And with this patch-set, we've reached 2.5.58 - any patches
after this apply to 2.5.58 and will create 2.5.59 in due time'.

/usr/src/linux/Documentation/BK-usage/ seems to focus more on uploading
patches. There is something on getting the diff between two kernel
versions, but I need finer patches/revisions/changesets. I can see how
to download the initial tree, but what do I do next?

Thanks,
Jurriaan
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