Where are Fedora core 10 sources for download
jovanesian at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 18:03:10 UTC 2009
Hi Eric -- Thanks for the feedback.I did install the kernel source rpm.
However, as you mentioned, it installed it under /root
in SOURCES and SPECS. I noticed there were tons of patches.
My objective is to install the sources under /usr/src/kernel/linux-x.y.z...
and build a new kernel for x.86 from the sources. I'd like to be able to
step through various parts of the kernel and look at the sources.
I have FC-10 on couple machines and am planning on setting up a development
environment with KGDB.
I downloaded the 220.127.116.11... .bz2 from kernel.org and built it. However,
bzImage to /boot/vmlinuz did not do the job. I'll need to probably modify
pick it up.
I have been laid off and have lots of time on my hand. My intention is to
contribute to the open source community. Specially kernel development
projects, whatever I can.
On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 7:10 AM, Eric Sandeen <sandeen at redhat.com> wrote:
> Joe Ovanesian wrote:
> > Hello Folks,
> > I am embarking on a development project involving kernel modules and
> > user space apps.
> > I currently have FC-10 (Kernel 18.104.22.168-117), and am doing a "yum
> > update" to most recent.
> > Would like to download the corresponding sources to do some development.
> > Could someone point me in the right direction please.
> I see you've already found out how to gather src.rpms, but in my
> experience rpms are more often the endpoint for development, not the
> starting point.
> Depending on what you're doing, you may want to look into just using
> upstream repositories for the code you are hacking.
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