Subject: Re: ow to patch 1.3 sources to 1.3.1?
To: Zach Fine <email@example.com>
From: Dan McMahill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/10/1998 10:19:08
Please find the response I got to that question attached to this message.
The suggestion worked for me.
Hope this helps
>From: Feico Dillema <email@example.com>
>Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 11:37:44 +0200
>Your message dated: Sun, 19 Apr 1998 21:57:36 -0400
>This worked for me (although it me not be the perfect way):
>gunzip -cd netbsd-1.3-1.3.1.diff.gz | patch -f -p1
>The -p1 strips the first part of the filenames in the diff, so
>that it works for files in the current directory, and I used -f
>(force) as I only had the kernel sources installed (I guess you do
>too on the zip) and the -f option will cause patch to ignore patches
>for files it cannot find.
>>I hope this is the right place for this one. I'm getting ready to upgrade
>>from 1.3 to 1.3.1, but need to compile my own kernel (need a nonstandard
>>set of options). Is there a simple command which takes the
>>netbsd-1.3-1.3.1.diff.gz file and updates my /usr/src/sys/......
>>source tree from 1.3? (then hopefully I can just use my old 1.3 config file
>>as I did last time)