On Aug 7 2017 21:18, Oleksandr Andrushchenko wrote:thank you for the hint, will use instead of specifying number of patches
Your first patch includes code difference under line 26, thus it expects existence of a file 'sound/drivers/xen-front.c' in tree. However, the file is not introduced in any upstream yet; at least, Linus's tree and Iwai-san's tree.I missed the very first patch in the series, this is why, my bad
When I did the same mistake, I take git-hash for a first commit in series as an argument into git-format-patch command. But this operation generated patchset which starts at second commit. I solved this to add '~', like.
$ git format-patch -s the-git-hash~...
Or pick up the hash for a commit just before a first commit in the series. For your information ;)