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SubjectRe: Where to obtain the latest test kernels
That's odd, my mirror has had it since this afternoon.  The Blue Labs mirror:
kernel.stuph.org/kernel.blue-labs.org. My latest figures show me rarely
falling more than a few minutes behind the master.

-d

Peter Samuelson wrote:

> [Michael Hobgood]
> > I am interested in testing the 2.2.18pre12 kernel. Where do I find
> > the source code. Checking ftp.kernel.org, it only goes to 2.2.17,
> > the latest stable release. Following several mirror sites gave only
> > the same.
>
> I just discovered that the US mirrors seem to all be lagging right now,
> I couldn't even find 2.2.18pre11. I finally got 2.2.18-12 from a
> de.kernel.org mirror. Which is evil to do from the US but it worked.
>
> http://www.??.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/alan/2.2.18pre/
>
> Peter
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