On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 11:41:02AM +0200, Willie Viljoen wrote:

> First two lines of atapicam-20020820.diff:
> --- /dev/null   Mon Aug 19 21:34:21 2002
> +++ sys/dev/ata/atapi-cam.c     Mon Aug 12 22:08:00 2002
> This means that applying the patch should create atapi-cam.c. Try applying 
> from /usr/src with:
> patch < /wherever/atapicam-yourversion.diff

Make that:

    patch -p0 < your.diff

Otherwise patch(1) has a nasty habit of creating any new files in the
current working directory, rather than where intended.  I know this
because I was looking at compiling the alpha version of the jdk-1.4.1
stuff yesterday, and precisely that difference had me perplexed for a



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