Andres Ederra - 2005-01-31

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Since kernel 2.6.10-rc version there is no need to apply the
So i suggest two solutions:

1) you can build you our kernel the debian way(see make-kpkg
command) using a 2.6.10 or later kernel. it won't break your
package repository if you use make-kpkg.

2) Wait for 2.6.10 or later to come to debian sarge(or try
debian sid, it is not unstable at all despite its name)
todays sarge kernel is,but it won't take long for