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SubjectRe: The history of the Linux OS
Followup to:  <>
By author: Riley Williams <>
In newsgroup:
> I've so far had ELEVEN private emails pointing out that the majority
> of the historic kernels can be found in:
> I've just had a look at the SunSite-UK mirror thereof, and note the
> following kernel tarballs thereon, in various directories:
> Judging by that list, there's still quite a few missing versions, so
> if anybody has copies of the remaining versions, I'd certainly be
> interested therein...

We are indeed missing a number of historic kernels (before 1.0). If
anyone has them, I would appreciate a copy.

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