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    Is there a list of old kernels?

    I've mostly worked on gentoo and redhat variants of linux. I need to bring a few device drives up to date to work on modern ubuntu. The first step is to build them for their targeted kernel under ubuntu. For example, one driver is written for 2.6.23 -- was this a released Ubuntu kernel, and if so where would I find it?

    I'd like to get kernels ranging from 2.6.19 onward.

    Thanks. --Jim

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    Re: Is there a list of old kernels?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbt5001 View Post
    I'd like to get kernels ranging from 2.6.19 onward.
    Hi bbt5001, you can find packages with version at http://packages.ubuntu.com/

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    Re: Is there a list of old kernels?

    Or you could try searching the Linux Kernel Archive Page.
    Steady movement is more important than speed, much of the time. So long as there is a regular progression of Stimuli to get your mental hooks into, there is room for lateral movement. Once this begins, its rate is a matter of discretion.

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    Re: Is there a list of old kernels?

    Yannick, thanks, I'll check there.

    iaculallad: Isn't the Linux Kernel Archive for pure kernel sources? I still want to work with ubuntu-patched kernels (I think!). But thanks - you may have pre-answered my next question.

    --Jim

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