William Case wrote:
> This may be self-induced confusion, but I thought I remembered a Fedora
> source repository from two or three years ago.
The Fedora tree was reorganized when Core and Extras were merged. The
URLs for the release and update srpms are:
Of course, it's often easier to use yumdownloader from the yum-utils
package to download a srpm. There is a --source option in
yumdownloader that should get you the latest srpm of a given package.
> The howtoforge.com site only makes reference to the FC5 and FC6 kernel
> srpms. I have googled and found no Fedora 8 source repository.
Your google-fu is weak then.
> Should I get my source (tree?) from the kernel developers (kernel.org)
> or does Fedora have a source source? If so where is it? I would like to
> start with a source copy of what my system is already using.
The Fedora release notes have a section on the kernel and they point
you to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/CustomKernel for info on how
to build a custom kernel. This includes how to download the kernel
srpm and expand it into a full source tree that you can poke around
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