Subject: 1.3.1, 1.3,2
To: Port-i386 <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jukka Marin <email@example.com>
Date: 05/28/1998 16:41:39
I did "patch <netbsd-1.3-1.3.1.diff" to get my 1.3 source tree up to
1.3.1. When I tried to build a new kernel, there was one file completely
missing in the patched source tree. This file was supposed to be created
from scratch by patch.
How do I tell patch to create the files that don't exist?
How do I tell patch to fix my source tree now that I have already patched
most files, but there's one file (at least) missing?
I don't want to extract the 1.3 tree again because I'm running some
patches by Manuel Bouyer to get my IDE bus working again (my CD-ROM
drive didn't work with the standard 1.3 ATAPI stuff).
Are the 1.3.2 patches already available? For 1.3.1?
P.S. Is there any hope of getting NFS fixed any time soon? Whenever a
server is rebooted, almost all clients must be rebooted as well.
It's unbelievable how bad the problem is in my network...