[Buildroot] Kernel Patches Not Applied

Crast, Nicholas Nicholas.Crast at saabsensis.com
Thu Feb 26 18:29:54 UTC 2015

Hi all,

I am currently using buildroot-2014.11, and I am having issues patching my kernel. My kernel is a custom (untarred) source, so the build output is in output/build/linux-custom.

My patch is in the following folder:

I have tried the filename linux-0001-spi.patch as well.

Here is the relevant section of my .config file:

When I run make linux-dirclean linux-patch, I get the following output:
rm -Rf /home/nick/buildroot-2014.11/output/build/linux-custom
>>> linux custom Syncing from source dir linux/linux-socfpga-socfpga-3.16-94ca8d7
rsync -au --exclude .svn --exclude .git --exclude .hg --exclude .bzr --exclude CVS linux/linux-socfpga-socfpga-3.16-94ca8d7/ /home/nick/buildroot-2014.11/output/build/linux-custom
touch /home/nick/buildroot-2014.11/output/build/linux-custom/.stamp_rsynced

I see nothing about it even attempting to patch. Any ideas what I am doing wrong?


Nick Crast
Software Engineer
Saab Sensis Corporation
Phone: 315-445-5703
Email: Nicholas.Crast at saabsensis.com<mailto:Nicholas.Crast at saabsensis.com>

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