Ric Tibbetts wrote:
Ok I build the Mandrake 8.0 kernel rpm with XFS 1.0
Everything is in the "testing" directory on oss.sgi.com.
I've also removed the jumbo patch and replaced with a mandrake "core" patch,
to use this patch the XFS will also be needed "linux-2.4-xfs-1.0.patch.gz"
The src rpm has everything tied together so I would recommend that if you really
want to build the tree.
I haven't booted the kernels so if anybody is brave enough to try please report
> Chmouel Boudjnah wrote:
> > Russell Cattelan <cattelan@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > > If you don't mind, I'll will put this link in our "news" segment on our
> > > web page?
> > Sure.
> > > > > I've build a patch against the 8.0 kernel src rpm, haven't tested it
> > > > > yet but it does compile.
> > > > > Anybody want help finish it.?
> > > > Could you send me the patch, i had a lot of conflict and i did the
> > > > kernel-xfs on a vanilla 2.4.4 generated patch from cvs.
> > > ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/download/testing/mdkl2.4.3-xfs.patch
> > > this was a real quick attempt to get it to compile, area that are suspect
> > > and may not be right :
> > > dquot.c
> To anyone that's interested. I applied this patch to a clean Mandrake 2.4.3
> kernel last night.
> It applied cleanly, and the resulting code compiled without error. The system
> booted normally, and all "looked" well. BUT: I have not done any testing! It
> late when the build finished. I will be doing more with it over the week-end.
> But the preliminary view of it is: It works.
> Ric Tibbetts
> Boeing Shared Services Group
> UNIX System Administration
> Seattle Server Operations
Digital Elves inc. -- Currently on loan to SGI
Linux XFS core developer.