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#1 Post by DeadTOm76 »

I'm talking about merchandise. I have a backpack that goes with me just about everywhere, and I have various patches on it. Units I was in during my time in the army, Raspbian, Instructables, and a few others. I'd really like to add a Debian patch to it, but can't seem to find one on any of the suggestions from the Debian merchandise page or Etsy, and my googling hasn't turned up anything helpful.

Does anyone know of anywhere to get one?
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#2 Post by GarryRicketson »

Maybe here ? http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php? ... 11#p668711

With the newest changes, etc. it might be where you need to look.

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GarryRicketson wrote:Maybe here ? http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php? ... 11#p668711

With the newest changes, etc. it might be where you need to look.
I think you've mistakenly replied to the wrong thread.

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#4 Post by GarryRicketson »

Ok, well not exactly, .... even though you said "but not those kind of patches",
and "I'm talking about merchandise." ..... I was misinterpreting it ,... you mean patches , like the kind you sew on, with needle / thread, ? or Iron on "patches",...
I thought you were looking for something at the Debian Windows store, that is announced in that thread.
They do have Badges, in the Debian store .....but I have never seen any patches. Maybe you could find some one to make one ? I think the new design will be a Windows logo, with the Debian logo inside it, or something like that.

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Lenovo ThinkPad T440S, Intel Core i7-4600U CPU @ 2.10GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Debian Bullseye (KDE)
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That is perfect. Thanks, man!

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DeadTOm76 wrote:
That is perfect. Thanks, man!
You are welcome. :)
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#9 Post by n_hologram »

From the command line, run:

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cd ~/backpack
patch -p1 < ../debian-logo.patch
You may need to add the --dry-run flag to make sure it won't produce any errors.
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#10 Post by DeadTOm76 »

Thought I would post a follow up. It looks pretty good with the others I've got on there. :)

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Nice looking backpack!
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