Patching the Kernel

  1. Download a Kernel patch matching your kernel version. If you are using a different kernel than the vanilla sources from there is no guarantee that the patch will apply successfully.
  2. Switch to the kernel directory (e.g. /usr/src/linux) and execute the following command: patch -p1 < path-to-patch-file
  3. Compile and install the kernel.

Building the user mode tools

  1. Download the user mode tools.
  2. During the kernel modifications some header files have been changed. Before building the user mode tools you have to adjust the include path to the modified/patched kernel sources for each user mode tool.
  3. Compile and copy the programs to /bin resp. /usr/local/bin