Ketchup is a tool for updating or switching between versions of the Linux kernel source. It can find the latest versions of numerous kernel trees, calculate which patches are needed to move to that version, download any patches or tarballs that aren't cached, check GPG signatures where available, and apply and unapply patches to get the desired result.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux Software Development Version Control|
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with updating to stable kernels greater than .9 and cleans pax_global_header droppings from git.
Release Notes: This version includes several important bugfixes including a safety check that avoids the accidental unpacking of entire kernels in directories that aren't empty.
No changes have been submitted for this release.