On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 11:25 AM, <doiggl(a)velocitynet.com.au> wrote:
Looks like I'll discard plan A
Do you just want to build a reiserfs filesystem
into the kernel?
Then you could build just a KMP...
Looks like use Plan B.....
- Or, branch the kernel-vanilla kernel,
- add the patch to patches.addon.tar.bz2,
- add it to "series.conf",checkin.
1. What steps are needed to branch the kernel-vanilla kernel to I presume
a blank project.
2. To create patches.addon.tar.bz2 is this ok-
# bunzip2 -v reiser4-for-2.6.34.patch.bz2
# tar -cvf patches.addon.tar reiser4-for-2.6.34.patch
# bzip2 -v patches.addon.tar reiser4-for-2.6.34.patch
patches.addon.tar: 5.317:1, 1.505 bits/byte, 81.19%
saved, 2396160 in, 450702 out.
reiser4-for-2.6.34.patch: 5.313:1, 1.506 bits/byte, 81.18%
saved, 2394103 in, 450584 out.
# bunzip2 -v patches.addon.tar.bz2
What does this mean and what does it do -> add it to "series.conf"
Have you a .spec file I could use to apply the patch to the kernel and
build the new patched kernel
I've been watching this thread slowly move forward because I have a
KMP I want to publish from my home directory. It is a patched version
of ext4. (It doesn't yet build).
My hope was to publish just a higher versioned ext4.kmp by pulling in
the ext4 source, patching it and compiling.
From the above it appears I need to branch a full
patch the ext4 code and then compile just the one module.
Is that right?
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