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  1. Using Ext2online, patch

    Greetings all,

    I'm now ready to patch my kernel and run ext2online but I cannot find any
    information on the subject. I have found and installed ext2resize (which
    includes ext2online), but I do not know where to find the kernel patch or
    know how to install it. I have compiled the kernel previously but I have
    no idea where to go from here.

    Also, has anyone had experience using ext2online or ext2resize on a
    PowerPC system?

    Thanks for your help!
    `ryan

  2. Re: Using Ext2online, patch

    Okay, after a few hours of research I have managed to come up with
    something... The debian package does not seem to include the kernel
    patch, but the downloaded veresion does, although the file name should be
    ..gz.tar as opposed to just .tar. Once figuring this out, there is a
    patches directory under the main folder.

    I still do not know what to do with these files now that I have them. I
    am going to be doing some other work this afternoon but I would like to
    come back to this soon.

    `ryan

    On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 10:50:54 -0800, Ryan Curtis Weal wrote:

    > Greetings all,
    >
    > I'm now ready to patch my kernel and run ext2online but I cannot find
    > any information on the subject. I have found and installed ext2resize
    > (which includes ext2online), but I do not know where to find the kernel
    > patch or know how to install it. I have compiled the kernel previously
    > but I have no idea where to go from here.
    >
    > Also, has anyone had experience using ext2online or ext2resize on a
    > PowerPC system?
    >
    > Thanks for your help!
    > `ryan


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