The link for antidote patch is :
I had a doubt. Say i have a kernel (2.4.21-37) running right now in my machine.
I go to /usr/src directory and unpack the antidote.diff.gz to get /usr/src/antidote.diff
Then i go to /usr/src and patch it using "patch -p0 < antidote.diff"
Then i go to /usr/src/linux-2.4.21-37 directory and do a make mrproper
Then i copy /boot/config-xxx to /usr/src/linux-2.4.21-37/.config
Then i go to /usr/src/linux-2.4.21-37 and type "make dep"
Then i do a "make bzImage"
I copy arch/i386/boot/bzImage thus formed after the previous command and reboot.
Is this the end of it or should i do something more ?
Also, what exactly does make dep do ?
Sorry for some silly questions, and Thanks in advance