Re: 2.5.66-bk12 causes "rpm" errors
Andrew Morton (email@example.com)
Sun, 6 Apr 2003 18:28:15 -0700
"Robert P. J. Day" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The only change which comes to mind is the below one. Could you do a
> > patch -R of this and retest?
> ... patch deleted ...
> that fixed it, but i only this second noticed the "-R" for reversing
> the patch. i applied it normally against my 2.5.66-bk12 tree, and
> it apparently applied cleanly.
> wouldn't that suggest that that patch wasn't in my tree in the first
> place? i'm sure i'm up to bk12 at this point.
I am now very confused.
That patch _is_ in 2.5.66-bk12. If a `patch -R' of that patch made bk12 work
correctly then the patch was the source of the changed behaviour.
Please start again ;)
Test 2.5.66, then 2.5.66-bk12, then 2.5.66-bk12 with a `patch -R' of
the patch which I sent in the earlier email.
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