[Buildroot] Buildroot - make again - wants to reapply a patch

Laurentiu-Cristian Duca laurentiu.duca at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 14:57:13 UTC 2021


Hello buildroot community,

  I am looking for an answer which I hope it will save a lot of time for me.

  At time moment t0, I have successfully built buildroot for rpi0w.
At time moment t1, I have made some configuration changes (new additions only),
and when I want to build (preferably only the changes), I get the error [1].
Does anybody know how to avoid such errors?
Why does buildroot try to reapply the patch?

Thanks a lot,
L-C

[1]
$ make
>>> host-util-linux 2.33 Patching

Applying 0001-rtcwake-use-poweroff-if-shutdown-is-not-found.patch using patch:
Error: duplicate filename
'0001-rtcwake-use-poweroff-if-shutdown-is-not-found.patch'
Conflicting files are:
  already applied:
/home/laur/lucru/raspberry-pi/buildroot/buildroot-2019.02.rpi/package/util-linux/0001-rtcwake-use-poweroff-if-shutdown-is-not-found.patch
  to be applied  :
/home/laur/lucru/raspberry-pi/buildroot/buildroot-2019.02.rpi/package/util-linux/0001-rtcwake-use-poweroff-if-shutdown-is-not-found.patch


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