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Patching the kernel source through git

I'm trying to understand how the patching of the kernel source works. I found the patch that I would like to try an apply on the following page. I found no .patch files that I can use to apply the ...
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Patching linux kernel fails?

From what I understand, I can easily upgrade my kernel by applying patches to it, opposed to recompiling the kernel every time. I'm trying to go from kernel 3.2.51 to 3.2.54 by applying all the ...
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Linux signals logger

I'm looking for a signals logger for the Linux kernel, without patching of kernel. I found many articles with patching, but I am not interested in that. I'm running default Ubuntu 13.04. # uname -a ...
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kernel patches - knowing when to do them

I've never done a kernel patch before, and I've just recently started looking into how it's done. I notice that for a patch's filename, it tells us the kernel version (i.e ...
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Why is bzip2 needed in the kernel patch instructions?

This is from here. Extract the patch tar -xvzf /usr/src/web100-2.5.22-200810130047.tar.gz bzip2 web100/ web100-2.6.27-2.5.22-200810130047.patch Test the patch bzip2 -dc /usr/src/linux/web100/ ...
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Patching Linux kernel on-line (i.e. without rebooting)

Sorry - I don't remember the exact name. I know there is mechanism to patch the kernel at runtime by loading modules without need of the reboot as long as the structures involved are not affected. It ...
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Does the Linux PreemptRT patch benefit desktop users?

Does the PREEMPT_RT patch (real-time kernel) have any benefit for regular desktop users?
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Kernel memory allocator patch

Is there any patch for Linux kernel to use different memory allocators, such as ned allocator or TLSF allocator?