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SubjectRe: more kernel .01
tristan wrote:
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> The reason i was hoping to run an old version of the kernel,
> .01 or .02(as someone proposed), is so i can use it as a basis
> for learning to add on to, compile, and change an os's kernel.
> I know i can do this with all kernels, but the .01 kernel is very small
> and the very beginning of the kernel so i can build on it. i am
> open to installing say red hat 5.2 and then running .01 on a
> VM, but i only have it on a cd, and the 386 has no cdrom drive.
> Does anyone know of a place i can get an old version of red hat
> ive been searching for awhile, or a way to copy the cd to
> multiple floppies that are able to be install.
> Id really rather have away of just installing it over the DOS partition
> but it seems everyone thinks it would be best to install minix of red
> hat first, and im fine with that.
> So if anyone has information on old red hat version i would
> be very greatful
>

Slackware-3.0 (kernel 1.2.13) is installable from floppies (a lot of).

http://www.buckosoft.com/linux/slakware.html
http://ftp.gcu-squad.org/mirrors/slackware-3.0/

Pierre
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