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patch-disk [2021/08/31 19:09]
wiki_admin added changelog for 2.1c patch disk
patch-disk [2021/09/19 18:00] (current)
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 The patch disk, if you made the floppy, just contains a compressed version of the patches in an easily transportable format, a la sneakernet. You don't actually use the disk at all during the patch process. If you have the file on your amix system, you can uncompress it by running it with sh, like so: The patch disk, if you made the floppy, just contains a compressed version of the patches in an easily transportable format, a la sneakernet. You don't actually use the disk at all during the patch process. If you have the file on your amix system, you can uncompress it by running it with sh, like so:
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 **sh amix_patch_2.1.adf** **sh amix_patch_2.1.adf**
  
 If you have written it to a floppy, insert the floppy into the system's drive and run it with sh like this: If you have written it to a floppy, insert the floppy into the system's drive and run it with sh like this:
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 **sh /dev/dsk/fd0** **sh /dev/dsk/fd0**
  
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 ==== 3. Installing the patches ==== ==== 3. Installing the patches ====
  
-The script will exit after telling you exactly what to do next. Just so you'll see it here too:+The script will exit after telling you exactly what to do next. Just so you'll see it here too: \\
 **shutdown -iS** wait a while... Enter the root password at the prompt, and then... **/var/patch/apply** **shutdown -iS** wait a while... Enter the root password at the prompt, and then... **/var/patch/apply**
  
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