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My apologies for this question that is so basic to all of you, but can any of 
you please point me toward a howto or instructions for exactly how to 'patch
a kernel'? For example, at kernel.org, the latest stable kernel is 2.4.20,
and is actually a patch. I currently use 2.4.19 under Debian and routinely
rebuild & install it no problem. If I download a kernel 'patch', do I apply
it to the entire directory, or the compiled kernel, etc.? Thanks so much.

Joe
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