Jim I think he means source patches - thats a whole different ball of wax
Would a cvs update on top of an existing 2.3.99-pre2 kernel tree work
in any way - probably not because of the versioning in all the files.
A sparse tree would work though.
> Our current plan is to not make rpms available until the code
> is more stable and we are at "beta".
> What I did for some of the demos was just tar up the cmd and linux
> directories and gzip them. This turned into a reasonable thing to ftp in,
> ungzip, untar, ...
> But, ...
> Russell, could be build a tool to do this?
> How about a script that runs after we update the cvs tree:
> tar -cf cmd.tar cmd
> tar -cf linux.tar linux
> gzip cmd.tar
> gzip linux.tar
> Or do you think it would be easier to just create the rpms?
> >Dear All
> >Where can I download patches for kernel-2.3.99-pre2
> >I have a modem connection and it will take me a lot of time
> >to download a full tree
> >Best Regards