util-linux patch inside int'l kernel patch

util-linux patch inside int'l kernel patch

Post by Ewald Pf » Mon, 08 Nov 1999 04:00:00



I applied the util-linux patch for util-linux-2.9w (available after
applying the int'l patch 2.2.13-2 to the kernel sources) to
util-linux-2.10. It seems to work. But I'm not quite confident to
proceed to a final 'make install' for the new patched util-linux.

Someone can confirm if it will hurt or not?

 
 
 

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mvh,
A
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