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Chakravarthi
Trusted Contributor

kernel related

Hi all,

Is there any site which gives me complete listing of kernels avail..

i want info in redhat linux

ex: redhat 6.2

2.2.14-5.0
2.2.14-6.1.1 etc.....

thanks
chakri
5 REPLIES
Sergejs Svitnevs
Honored Contributor

Re: kernel related

Primary link: www.kernel.org.

or from the mirrors...

Examle:
http://www.mirror.ac.uk/sites/ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.4/

Regards,
Sergejs
Kjartan Maraas
Valued Contributor

Re: kernel related

I think using the distro kernels will give you better results in most situations, especially if you're not very comfortable with building the kernel or have no experience with it.

ftp://updates.redhat.com/ has the latest kernels for all versions (supported ones at least) of Red Hat Linux.
John Meissner
Esteemed Contributor

Re: kernel related

I wend to RedHat.com and searched for kernel rpm's and I came up with a large list. I don't know if this link below will work since it was within a search session. But here is a link to my results.

http://www.redhat.com/apps/download/results.html?search:query_cb=System%20Environment%20Kernel&search:source=rpm&search:fields=group

If it does not work you can get there by going to http://www.redhat.com and in the top right hand corner there is a search field. enter anythying and go to the resluts page. Then there is a box on the right hand side mid-page. Click on "Downloads (RPM's). Search by catagory and scroll through the list until you come to the System environment section and choose -kernel. this will bring you to a list of kernel's in RPM format. have fun.
All paths lead to destiny
John Meissner
Esteemed Contributor

Re: kernel related

Ok - my first link didn't work... you'll have to follow my directions on the search.
All paths lead to destiny
Vitaly Karasik_1
Honored Contributor

Re: kernel related

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/rh62-errata.html , IMHO

you can see kernel versions here, but it's impossible to download "old updates" from updates.redhat.com.

I mean - you can download only latest kernel update, but not 10 kernels for RH6.2

regards,
Vitaly.