[cvsnt] Help importing a Linux kernel...

Curtis Lehman clehman at aircell.com
Wed Feb 11 02:00:56 GMT 2004

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Thanks for the info. I will just have to document will what I change in the system.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mitch Davis [mailto:Mitch.Davis at EXTEL.COM.AU]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 5:04 PM
To: Curtis Lehman
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Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Help importing a Linux kernel...

Hi Curtis, 

Another alternative would be to use CVS to store 
a script which will create all the special files 
you need. 

As an analogy, most people don't store object 
files in CVS: They store the source files whereby 
the object files can be recreated. 

Think about it this way:  Do you ever need to 
concurrently develop /dev/null? :-) 


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