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jgauthier

Custom patching fails

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Greetings,

 

   I'm attempting to apply a custom patch during the build process for a bananapi-m2-zero. (specifically, DTS changes)    I went into the kernel source, and created a diff, and put it in the user customized patches directory.  Unfortunately, the patch failed.  So, I dug into it, and discovered the source changes because of patches in the armbian patches/ directory.  So, instead I started the build, let these patches apply,, and aborted the build. Then I created the diff again.  Sadly, the patch is still being rejected.  

 

Now, I might be able to fight with this, and make it work.  But the next time I pull a new update it could be broken and I have to go through this again.  

 

So, is there any way I can make this work?   

 

 

 

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On 7/29/2020 at 2:01 AM, Werner said:

How did you make the custom patch? Did you use the CREATE_PATCHES flag?

Well, I took the original source code, from the linux kernel tree.

I modified it, and then created the diff.

 

That did not work, so I built armbian, and let all the patches do their things.

Then I took the fully patched file (from the build) made my chanbges, and created a diff.

 

I put that diff in userpatches.  I was able to get this to work by forcing it to patch last, by prefixing the file name with 'zzz'.

 

I wasn't aware of CREATE_PATCHES, but that is great. I will try that

 

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CREATE_PATCHES worked great.    I wish I hadn't missed that before, but it will streamline this for future builds!

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