Re: Help Needed
From: Ryan Cunningham
Date: Sat Jan 18 2014 - 22:08:25 EST
You can just go to http://www.kernel.org to get the Linux kernel source code.
If you want to use a certain Linux distribution, search "Linux distributions" using your favorite Web search engine.
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> On Jan 18, 2014, at 2:16 PM, Randy Dunlap <rdunlap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 01/18/2014 09:34 AM, Madhusudhan Rao Sripalle wrote:
>> I am an expert of HP-UX (kernel and drivers), while being novice at
>> linux. I am currently looking ways for quick ramp up so that I could
>> contribute to linux community.
>> Kindly provide pointers starting from where I could get the kernel
>> sources. Appreciate help in advance.
> google for "linux kernel source" -- the top 2 URLs give you the kernel
> source trees ... unless you want the source for some particular distro
> like Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu, ArchLinux, etc., then you would need to go
> to the web sites of those distros to find the sources.
> Also check http://kernelnewbies.org/ for some newbie info.
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