Re: Linux 2.0 ISS

David S. Miller (
Thu, 6 Mar 1997 16:19:23 -0500

Date: Thu, 06 Mar 1997 19:15:50 +0100
From: Michael Stiller <>


i tried to test the ISS patches from 1 to 3.
The first applied and compiled ok.
But the 2nd didn't patched ok in the source tree after previously applying
patch-1. (same for patch-3).

Yo! All ISS patches go against a vanilla 2.0.29 kernel source tree.

But if i do so, some parts are missing e.g the -ISS Suffix
in the top level Makefile.

This was ommitted by mistake, sorry dude ;-)

The questions is, how do i correctly use this patches ?
One after the other or only the test-3 patch?

An ISS patch is to be applied by itself against a stock 2.0.29
source tree, to work around the makefile diff ommission you can just
save away the Makefile resulting from application of test2 (it's the
same thing, nothing has changed there) and just copy it into your ISS
test3 tree after applying that patch set.

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