kernel patch

Evangelos Arkalis arkalis at
Mon Jun 9 04:14:21 EEST 2003

On Sun, 2003-06-08 at 22:03, Atteia Dimosthenis wrote:
> Prospatho na balo to parakato patch-2.4.21-rc7.bz2 kai mou bgazei ta
> parakato
> [root at trypas src]$ bzip2 -cd patch-2.4.21-rc7.bz2 | patch -p0
> can't find file to patch at input line 4
> Perhaps you used the wrong -p or --strip option?
> The text leading up to this was:
> --------------------------
> |diff -Naur -X /home/marcelo/lib/dontdiff linux-2.4.20/CREDITS
> linux-2.4.21-rc7/CREDITS
> |--- linux-2.4.20/CREDITS 2002-11-28 23:53:08.000000000 +0000
> |+++ linux-2.4.21-rc7/CREDITS 2003-06-03 16:05:32.000000000 +0000
> --------------------------
> File to patch:
> Xreiazomai kai ola ta proigoumena patch gia na balo kai auto?
> paei ston kernel 2.4.20-13.9?
> An ola einai kala pros to paron sto file to patch ti tou grafo?
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Επισης απο το documentation του πυρηνα 2.4.21:

NTFS Overview

Legato Systems, Inc. ( have sponsored Anton
to develop NTFS on Linux since June 2001.

To mount an NTFS volume, use the filesystem type 'ntfs'. The driver
currently works only in read-only mode, with no fault-tolerance

If you enable the dangerous(!) write support, make sure you can recover
from a complete loss of data. Also, download the Linux-NTFS project
distribution from Sourceforge at
and always run the included ntfsfix utility after performing a write to
NTFS partition from Linux to fix some of the damage done by the Linux
driver and to schedule an automatic chkdsk when Windows reboots. You
run ntfsfix _after_ unmounting the partition in Linux but _before_
into Windows. During the next reboot into Windows, chkdsk will be run
automatically fixing the remaining damage. If no errors are found it is
good indication that the driver + ntfsfix together worked to full
satisfaction. (-;

Please note that the experimental write support is limited to Windows
NT4 and
earlier versions at the moment.

Αυτο το κομματι απο τον πυρηνα 2.5.71:


To mount an NTFS 1.2/3.x (Windows NT4/2000/XP) volume, use the
filesystem type 'ntfs'. The driver currently works only in read-only
mode, with no fault-tolerance or journalling supported.

For fault tolerance and raid support (i.e. volume and stripe sets), you
can use
the kernel's Software RAID / MD driver. See section "Using Software RAID
NTFS" for details.

Αν και στον 2.4.21 λεει μονο για NTFS των ΝΤ4, δεν εχω κανενα προβλημα
με partitions που εχουν δημιουργηθει σε Win2000 ή XP.

Ισως λιγος πειραματισμος σου δωσει καλλιτερη απαντηση, μη φοβηθεις τον
2.5.71, ειναι ηδη σε πολυ προχωρημενο σταδιο και τον τρεχω χωρις


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