Fedora 9 'git' source kernel ??

stan goedigi89__e at cox.net
Mon Jul 14 18:19:20 UTC 2008

William Case wrote:
> Hi;
> Just checking that I am doing this correctly.
> I want to start exploring the Linux kernel.  (I realize when the time
> comes I should ask any in depth questions elsewhere -- but for now I am
> just looking for start help.)  I have 'git' installed.  I am ready to
> download the Fedora 9 source.  Members of my local LUG have advised me
> that I should be sure to download the 'git' kernel.  They mostly use
> Debian.
> I don't see anything in the source repo that might equal a 'git' Kernel
> -- just the regular ordinary source rpm; kernel-2.6.25-14.fc9.src.rpm
> Should I download that or is there somewhere else an animal called or
> set up as a 'git' kernel??
Here is a howto for compiling the Fedora kernel and the kernel.org kernel.


Not exactly what you want, but will get you started.

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