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SubjectRe: 2.6.8-rc2 crashes
On Tuesday 27 July 2004 13:32, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
Gene Heskett wrote:
>| I take it that I should apply these to a 2.6.7 tarballs tree in
>| this order:
>| 1. 2.6.8-rc1
>>>>> 2.6.8-rc2 <<<<<
2.6.8-rc2? These patches I got will need to be reverted then?
>| 2. each of these 'rc2-bk' patches by the day and then run each for
>| a couple days, or should I start in the middle, say the 3rd one
>| and work forward or backwards from there depending on the results?
>I'd suggest beginning with -bk3 and doing a binary search.

Ok, as soon as the kde build exits (and it will, bet the whole farm on
it) I'll give it a try.

>| Your (and Viro's) call. I'd imagine you would want to run this to
>| earth as quick as we can.
>| Are these patches cumulative? I presume they are as they grow by
>| the day.
>Sorry, I should have mentioned that. Yes, they are cumulative.

Well, it was a pretty obvious conclusion :)

Cheers, Gene
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