With kernel 3.4.3 acpi video doesnt exist.This problem is fixed by this bug ;https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=43168Please add this patch to chakra kernel or update kernel to 3.4.5 because kernel is come with this patch. İ dont change my laptop brightness, thanks.
I've recently applied a one-line patch to drivers/bluetooth/btusb.c in order to enable compatibility with my Bluetooth device. However, whenever I get a kernel upgrade, the patch will be lost until someone backports it (which isn't likely). Is there a way for me to run a script and patch each new kernel upgrade automatically?
Details on how to apply the patch can be found here on Ask Ubuntu.
Hi,thank you for responding.I tried using the directions on the link that you have written.Unfortunately, the fourth step, when I writesudo cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvs/rtai co magma && cd linux && sudo patch -p1 < ../magma/base/arch/x86/patches/hal-linux-18.104.22.168-x86-2.8-00.patchI have this error:......
Hello, I am new to the world of submitting and applying kernel patches and have some basic questions about how this all works.
I have read the article:
Which talks about a patch for PTP hardware clock support. I want to know where the thread is that discusses this patch to ask about further development. I also want to know where I can download the patch itself?
I have downloaded 11.3 src and build a kernel which runs ok. I want to add RTAI to this so I downloaded RTAI 3.8 and ran .configure. I got the following message
configure: error: HAL patch not applied/enabled in /usr/src/linux
Hello every body
we planning to use mastershaper in our university in order to control the internet traffic among our users, ispent last week trying to patch imq to the kernel using the following steps:
apt-get install libncurses5-dev kernel-package
apt-get build-dep iptables
apt-get source iptables linux-image-$(uname -r)
then downloading IMQ patches: