In article <3f4a5b13$0$273$626a54cenews.free.fr>,
Trevor BROOKES <REMOVEtrevorhomecdmail.fr> wrote:The idea was that you should replace "path/to/patch" with the path to>David wrote:
>>>> Trevor BROOKES wrote:>>>>> Have downloaded the 2.422 kernel update patch as it seem to have certain
>>> updates that are needed for my system, (sound and video)
>>> But am a newbie, how does one go about installing the patch
>>> Please in simple layman terms
>>> Thanks in advance
>> cd into the 2.4.21 kernel source directory.
>> bzcat /path/to/patch.bz2 | patch -p1
>> zcat /path/to/patch.gz | patch -p1
>Thanks but it doesn't work
>bash: /home/trevor/Téléchargements: is a directory
>[roottrevor trevor]# bzcat /path/to/patch.bz2 | patch -p1
>bzcat: Can't open input file /path/to/patch.bz2: No such file or directory.
>I suppose it' because the file is named "patch-2.4.22.bz2"
>But if so do I
>bzcat /path/to/patch-2.4.22.bz2 | patch-2.4.22 -p1
the patch, or in other words the full name of the file including the
directory it's in. For example, say I've put your file in my home
directory I'd type:
bzcat /home/john/patch-2.4.22.bz2 | patch -p1
But only you know where you've got it so only you know what path to
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