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Re: [Ltib] How do kernel patches get into LTIB?

From: Henri Kjellberg
Subject: Re: [Ltib] How do kernel patches get into LTIB?
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2011 21:16:26 -0500

After some poking around I realized that you can get the latest set of
patches by getting a new checkout of LTIB from using CVS. Is there a
way to do this without creating a new ltib folder?

Kind Regards,

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 4:44 PM, Henri Kjellberg
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am quite new to developing on embedded Linux and attempting to
> understand how LTIB functions. I am working with the Phytec LPC3250.
> How do the patches that are developed in the lpclinux group get into
> LTIB? Currently, if I run LTIB on my machine I can see in the
> /rpm/SOURCES folder there are all the patches to the kernel up to
> kernel-arm-2.6.34-lpc32xx-v108.patch, but if I look at the
> linux-2.6.34-lpc32xx.git summary I see there is a
> v1.09 patch that was tagged on 2011-08-26. How do these patches get
> into LTIB? Is there a way to update LTIB so that I have that latest
> patch?
> Thanks,
> Henri Kjellberg
> Satellite Design Laboratory
> University of Texas at Austin

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