Hi Every one I currently have kernel v2.0.27 running in my computer and would like to patch the rtlinux and do some experience on it. So what I have done so far is I downloaded the patches from this page, unzipped it and stored it in a disk. While listing the files in windows I got these directory names: rtinux-0.5 and underneath this directory was kernel_patch and etc...
For mounting the files I used the following command in Linux: mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt But after the mounting in /mnt I had different garbled file names such as rtlinu~1 & kernel~1. As Michael said I should use exts filesystems which now I am using the msdos ones. But the problem is how? Is there anyway I can convert the files from msdos to ext2 in Linux? Which command should I use? "Please, I am stuck here :)"
Another problem was, I tried to patch those files to the kernel and it started asking me the question : File patch to, which files should i mention, or is it another problem because of the original problem?
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Thanks in advance,
Maryam Moghaddas Tel/ Fax : (604) 925-4683
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