Mount JFFS2 Image
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Example of how to mount a JFFS2 image using mtdblock.
You have to stop the cutip when there is resistance . . .
Applying Linux Kernel Patches
Thursday, July 13, 2006 by digitalpeer
First, clean both trees as necessary. Maybe something like a make mrproper is what you want. Create the patch one up from both trees. When you apply the patch with the following example, do it at the root of the tree you want to patch.
Create the patch:
diff -Naur old/modules/ new/modules/
Apply the patch:
patch -p1 <../patch.diff
bzip2 -dc ../patch.diff.bz2 | patch -p1
A set of utilities and a simply great way to manage kernel patches can be found here