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Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2015 08:09:16 +0000
From: Henrique Lengler <>
Subject: Re: Re: [PATCHES] [SOLVED] AGAIN. Failed to
 load /lib/xorg/modules/drivers/ Error relocating ...
 I810InitMC: symbol not found.

On Fri, Jan 09, 2015 at 01:53:27AM -0600, will cunningham wrote:
> I can send you an email with how I've used patch < with a couple and failed
> with several adjustments/tries, but it might be easier to tell me how to
> apply these.
> Regardless, I'll poke at them again when I get into the office Friday aft,
> Will

You will probably need to apply with git since I formatted these patches to
be applied in the git repository, creating a commit.

You need to have the repository cloned somewhere, providing the PKGBUILD to your
butch, you can have this with this (the method of the cookbook):

git clone git:// /src/sabotage
rm -rf /src/pkg /src/KEEP
ln -sf /src/sabotage/pkg /src/pkg
ln -sf /src/sabotage/KEEP /src/KEEP
so now you can enter /src/sabotage and go with git am:
I think this will work:
git am --signoff < the.patch

After apply all the patches, copy the new /src/sabotage/KEEP/20-modules.conf to you xorg.conf.d

Everything will be easy when someone apply the patches.


Henrique Lengler

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