vputhen at cc.hut.fi
Sun Jun 12 17:00:51 UTC 2005
Thanks Bob for the detailed reply. Sorry my original
mail was not clear enough.
I have a computer with Linux (kernel 2.4.18) installed. But source is not
installed. I have worked on Linux little bit but never got into
I have to modify slightly TCP and IP related files from exactly the
same kernel version as exists in the machine. Thats why I have to figure
out how to install just the source without changing anything in the
running kernel and then modify it and recompile.
On Sat, 11 Jun 2005, Bob McClure Jr wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 11, 2005 at 11:37:27PM +0300, vpv wrote:
>> I am new to Linux. I need to install source on a Linux machine.
> Why? I've been in Linux for years and it's been years since I needed
> the kernel source.
>> Is the Kernel source RPM available in the redhat FTP site?
>> If not where else is it available.
> If you must, check out
> but I don't think you are going to get what you think. You can't
> build a kernel unless you have Linux installed. What you more likely
> want is
>> I got this machine to work on
>> but there is no distribution CD available.
> Check out KRUD
> It is a superset of Fedora Core 3. You can buy a single issue (4 CDs)
> with all the latest patches and bug fixes for only $12. I have a
> subscription (monthly issues of the latest) so I can easily keep my
> five Linux machines up to date.
> Bob McClure, Jr. Bobcat Open Systems, Inc.
> robertmcclure at earthlink.net http://www.bobcatos.com
> God is more interested in our availability than our ability.
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