A tool for updating or switching between versions of the Linux kernel source.
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.
released on 3 June 2012
27 April 2006
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 April 2018.
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