Post new topic   Reply to topic
View previous topic Printable version Log in to check your private messages View next topic
Author Message
gerdOffline
Post subject: Where is the kernel source?  PostPosted: 08.09.2011, 18:46



Joined: 2010-09-13
Posts: 94

Status: Offline
And why is it hidden and not under the menu entry development?
 
 View user's profile Send private message  
Reply with quote Back to top
DonKultOffline
Post subject: RE: Where is the kernel source?  PostPosted: 08.09.2011, 19:04
Team Member


Joined: 2010-09-02
Posts: 481

Status: Offline
Your question is (way too) ambitious.

The packaging for the kernel is in the subproject fll. The source for the kernel is get-able from kernel.org for example.

If you want the source for the kernel you got by installing it via apt-get you can get it the same way with 'apt-get source $name-of-the-package' (provided that you have deb-src in your sources.list's)
This will include the packaging files (diff) as well as the upstream tarball (tar) used to build it. Newer versions might be available in the mentioned upstream locations…

_________________
MfG. DonKult
"I never make stupid mistakes. Only very, very clever ones." ~ The Doctor
 
 View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website  
Reply with quote Back to top
gerdOffline
Post subject: RE: Where is the kernel source?  PostPosted: 08.09.2011, 19:15



Joined: 2010-09-13
Posts: 94

Status: Offline
Thx.
I want only to check something with lxc and cgroups.
I can set the global time with hwclock inside a container for outside world, but i have given no write right but only read right to /dev/rtc inside the container.
edit: That Problem is cleared now. hwlock uses ioctl to set the time instead of rtc.
 
 View user's profile Send private message  
Reply with quote Back to top
Display posts from previous:     
Jump to:  
All times are GMT - 12 Hours
Post new topic   Reply to topic
View previous topic Printable version Log in to check your private messages View next topic
Powered by Zafenio