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|# This is a BitKeeper generated patch for the following project:
|# Project Name: Linux kernel tree
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Apparently for a missing Changelog.rmap (AFAIK it is supposed to create it
if it doesn't exists)
Am I missing something or the patch is really broken?
Robinson Maureira Castillo.
On Fri, 10 May 2002, [iso-8859-15] Jörg Prante wrote:
> Linux kernel patch set 2.4.19pre8-jp11
> This is the eleventh release of the -jp kernel patch set.
> Status: 10 May 2002 21:30 CEST
> Changes from jp10 to jp11
> Many updates. New versions: rmap13a, ALSA 0.9.0rc1, preempt 2.4.19pre8,
> RAID MD for 2.4.19pre7, XFS CVS of 4 May 2002, Crypto patch 2.4.18-2,
> grsecurity 1.9.5pre3. New patches: Robert Love's additional preemption
> patches (including migration-thread and remove-wakeup-sync),
> IDE CD DMA, mini lowlatency (from jam kernel patch set), ACPI 20020503,
> ACPI PCIIRQ 17, TUX 2 final A3, and some minor addons and fixups.
> khttpd has been removed in preference of TUX.
> OSS sound driver has been removed in preference of ALSA OSS API
> emulation layer. System shutdown hang fixed.
> Known Issues
> With ACPI enabled and APM disabled, Dell Inspiron 8100 power cable
> can't be pulled off, system will immediately power off. There are
> obviously some ACPI flaws, but no real bugs. See http://acpi.sf.net
> The miroSound PCM20 radio audio driver depends on OSS sound include file
> and is no longer compileable.
> What is it?
> The -jp kernels are development kernels for testing purpose only.
> They will appear regularly two or three times a month. Their purpose
> is to provide a service for developers who can't keep up to date with
> the latest kernel and patch versions, but want to test new features and
> evaluate enhancements that are not to be expected for inclusion into
> the mainstream 2.4 kernel.
> The patch set is provided as a single archive where you will find all
> patches as separate .bz2 packed files. Please take care if you split
> the set and try to use parts of it. The recommended way is downloading
> the set, unpacking the archive, and apply the patches with the
> addpatches shell script.
> The addpatches shell script is very useful to apply the
> patch set. Here are the basic commands how to build a new kernel
> with -jp patches:
> Download 2.4.18 Linux kernel sources
> Unpack into /usr/src/linux
> Download -jp patch set
> Unpack into your patchdir
> cd patchdir
> sh addpatches
> cd /usr/src/linux
> make menuconfig
> make dep clean bzImage modules
> make modules_install
> cp System.map /boot/System.map-2.4.1X-preX-jpX
> cp arch/i386/boot/bzImage /boot/vmlinuz.2.4.1X-preX-jpX
> edit /etc/lilo.conf
> reboot ... and take a deep breath! You are running a jp kernel now!
> You feel happy with a jp kernel? Just let me know if my work is good
> for you.
> Feel free to contact me, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
> I try to help as much as I can. It's fun to hack the Linux kernel!
> If you are lucky, you can find me hanging out at IRC: #kernelnewbies at
> irc.openprojects.net Credits to all the fine people out there.
> You have successfully booted a -jp kernel? You want to know if your
> system can run a -jp kernel? If you like to send your 'dmesg' output
> of successful booting into a -jp kernel, please let me know about
> your system. Please attach the system name, your kernel '.config'
> and other valuable information in your mail. Also, I like to know
> if certain hardware or .config's don't work, or when build errors
> occur. I will add this information on my web page.
> You are missing a patch? Patches will be added by request.
> Please be patient, some patches must be carefully tested.
> Jörg Prante
> Patch Overview
> Detailed description is available on http://infolinux.de/jp11
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre0-pre1 25_mdp-major
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre1-pre2 26_autofs4
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre2-pre3 27_isrdonly
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre3-pre4 28_new-stat
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre4-pre5 29_mediactl
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre5-pre6 30_llseek
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre6-pre7 31_mount
> 00_patch-2.4.19-pre7-pre8 32_device
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-0-pre8 33_supermount
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-1-pre7 34_xfs-kdb-from-cvs-04May2002
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-2-pre6 35_xfs-kdb-adapt
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-3-pre5 36_xfs-kdb-fixups
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-4-pre4 37_jfs-1.0.14-0
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-5-pre3 38_jfs-1.0.14-15
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-6-pre2 39_jfs-1.0.15-16
> 01_kernel-sound-remove-7-core 40_jfs-1.0.16-17
> 02_alsa-sound-0.9.0rc1 41_jfs-adapt
> 03_alsa-adapt-2.4.19pre8 42_ftpfs-0.6.2
> 04_TIOCGDEV 43_cdfs-0.5b
> 05_boot-time-ioremap 44_cdfs-0.5bc
> 06_via-northbridge-fixup 45_patch-int-18.104.22.168
> 07_jiffies-for-i386 46_loop-jari
> 08_rmap-13 47_grsecurity-1.9.5-pre3
> 08a_rmap13a 48_grsecurity-adapt
> 09_sched-O1-K3 50_i2c-2.6.3
> 10_up-apic-fix 51_lmsensors-2.6.3
> 11_remove-wake-up-sync 52_freeswan-1.97
> 12_need-resched-abstraction 53_ide-cd-dma-3
> 13_frozen-lock 54_lowlatency-mini
> 14_sched-yield 55_lowlatency-fixes-5
> 15_need-resched-check 56_mmx-init
> 16_maxrtprio-1 57_p4-xeon
> 17_migration-thread 58_x86-fast-pte
> 18_misc-stuff 59_acpi-20020503
> 19_preempt-2.4.19pre8 60_acpi-pciirq-17
> 20_lockbreak 61_remove-khttpd
> 21_ide-6 62_tux2-final-A3
> 22_md-locks 63_sis-740-961
> 23_raid-split 98_tkparse-4096
> 24_md-part 99_VERSION
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