Hi, Marc Singer wrote:

> Yet, patch does apply. [...]
>   patching file drivers/ide/ide-io.c
>   Hunk #1 succeeded at 96 with fuzz 2 (offset -33 lines).

git-apply cowardly (but sensibly) refuses to apply patches with fuzz
(i.e., ignoring some supplied context lines). 

Fuzz indicates problems.

I'd suggest that you apply the patch to whatever version it is based on...

>  o Is there a way to force git to apply and safe the rejects?

Well, you can use "patch -p1 ..." directly, and manually add the files it
created to the object cache. Personally I wouldn't, if at all possible.

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