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Assuming you want to patch an Ubuntu kernel (since this is askubuntu.com). You can easily patch your kernel by following this wiki: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel To take a patch from another Linux repo you should find the differences that repo and the Ubuntu one and merge those changes. Since both are maintained in git you can use ...


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By looking at the GitHub repo, it seemed it is the kernel source. If only that file is modified, copy that file into the source and recompile.


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You have the stream redirection command in the wrong place. Redirections get parsed from right to left, therefore you need to first write the > /tmp/tmp.txt and then the 2>&1. As you wrote it, it first redirects STDOUT to the file and afterwards redirects STDERR to STDOUT. This is the correct command: sudo apt-get -qq -y --force-yes remove cowsay ...



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