Re: What method to get kernel source?
Quoting "Nathan S." <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> It seems like there are multiple ways of getting kernel source. I'm
> new to Debian/Linux, so I don't know which method would be best for
> so I would like to ask for some pointers before I have to make the 24
> MB download.
> I have a beige g3/233 if it affects anything.
Probably the simplest would be to download the Debian Package that contains the
source using your favorite package fetching tool. All kernel versions are not
represented, but a pretty good selection. Look for Debian packages named
"kernel-source-2.4.20", for example.
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