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Siduction Forum => Scripting & Kernelhacking => Scripting & Kernelhacking (EN) => Topic started by: Mte90 on 2014/10/28, 16:25:24

Title: How to patch the kernel?
Post by: Mte90 on 2014/10/28, 16:25:24
I want add this patch (http://forum.siduction.org/index.php?topic=5104.msg41952#msg41952) for use my laptop but there is a tutorial for patch the siduction kernel and compile it?
Title: Re: How to patch the kernel?
Post by: Mte90 on 2014/10/28, 16:46:10
Ok i've found this https://wiki.debian.org/HowToRebuildAnOfficialDebianKernelPackage

Require some difference for the siduction kernel?
Title: Re: How to patch the kernel?
Post by: towo on 2014/10/28, 17:50:13
I have added you patch to the latest kernel.
Title: Re: How to patch the kernel?
Post by: ralul on 2014/10/29, 19:36:37
quilt
is what you want to patch the tree /usr/src/linux

and then
mkdir /usr/src/patches317
ln -sfT /usr/src/patches317 /usr/src/linux/patches

which enables you in /usr/src/linux to do
quilt push -a
if exists a file /usr/src/patches317/series
holding entries of valid patches