Need real beginners kernel exploration advice !?
billlinux at rogers.com
Sun Dec 23 15:10:39 UTC 2007
All great resources which I have bookmarked and will use.
On Sun, 2007-12-23 at 00:11 -0800, Tod Merley wrote:
> On Dec 22, 2007 1:21 PM, William Case <billlinux at rogers.com> wrote:
> > Hi;
> > I need a copy of Fedora 8-x64 kernel binary and source plus the kernel
> > documentation. There used to be a Fedora source page which I can no
> > longer find, at least not anything newer than 2006.
> > --
This may be self-induced confusion, but I thought I remembered a Fedora
source repository from two or three years ago.
When I go to the FedoraWiki I cannot find a repository or site for F8
The howtoforge.com site only makes reference to the FC5 and FC6 kernel
srpms. I have googled and found no Fedora 8 source repository.
Should I get my source (tree?) from the kernel developers (kernel.org)
or does Fedora have a source source? If so where is it? I would like to
start with a source copy of what my system is already using.
Or, am I searching using the wrong search criteria?
Or, do I have everything all mixed up?
> I have also downloaded git, KVM, and qemu from the package manager.
> Other than that, I am reading from these links:
> # Dated tutorial on what you want to do I think
> # Includes lots of resources
> # The classic site for Kernel Newbie
> # Base site
> # Free Downlodable Book by Kroah (kinda hard to use)
> #git tutorial
> # Ubuntu environment but looks to be a good tutorial
> # A KVM wiki and documentation
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