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Hello, I have an old thin client with CPU VIA Nehemiah. This old hardware CPU support only i385-i586, also I would like to build custom kernel using kernel 2.4.x. From ...
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    Looking for old source kernel 2.4.x


    Hello,

    I have an old thin client with CPU VIA Nehemiah.
    This old hardware CPU support only i385-i586, also I
    would like to build custom kernel using kernel 2.4.x.

    From where can I download kernel 2.4.x ?

    Thanks,
    Bruno

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    It appears to have been removed from kernel.org...well, you can always get it from the source RPM for any 2.4-based kernel. You can install the kernel source RPM (rpm -ivh kernel-*.src.rpm), and it will get put into %_topdir/SOURCES/ (e.g. /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/linux-2.4.x.tar.gz) - along with all the packager/distro-related patches, which you can ignore (or not).

    You can get source RPMs from redhat or rpm.pbone.net.

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