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Old 07-14-2012, 05:07 AM   #1
FriedChicken
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[REQ] Apply patch(diff) with resources & Compile


Hello everyone,
I am really have difficulties with this one, I have been trying over and over and I just haven't succeeded yet, so I came looking and hoping for some help around here .
Like the title say, I need to:
1) Apply patch(diff) with resources.
2) Compile.

The files:

Diff

Resources

I really hope there are someone out there who can take a few minutes or so to help me out, because I am stuck at this myself, I really need some help!
Thanks in advance.
 
Old 07-14-2012, 05:18 AM   #2
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Hi Fried Chicken,
Both of your links go to mediafire - why is this - or am I missing anything?
Anyway, as far as the question is concerned - there is an excelent document in the kernel source (you did not read the documentation I bet ). Untar the kernel there would be a folder called Documentation (for obvious reasons) there is a file called applying-patches.txt. Read that - that is the way patching is supposed to be done.
Hope this helps some.
 
Old 07-14-2012, 05:27 AM   #3
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Hi Fried Chicken,
Both of your links go to mediafire - why is this - or am I missing anything?
Anyway, as far as the question is concerned - there is an excelent document in the kernel source (you did not read the documentation I bet ). Untar the kernel there would be a folder called Documentation (for obvious reasons) there is a file called applying-patches.txt. Read that - that is the way patching is supposed to be done.
Hope this helps some.
Well, I uploaded the two files I need to apply & Compile on Mediafire so you could take a look at them.. Trust me, I have been trying all kind of things for hours and it just haven't worked with me. Could you please give it a try if it is not too much to ask? It seems like it is something you can do in two minutes or less since you are so experienced with this
Thanks a lot again.
 
  


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