Re: Old Fedora or Redhat Updates.

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On Monday 03 November 2008 06:25:13 Reg Clemens wrote:
> I have some current kernel code that I would like to compare to an
> implementation of several years ago.
>
> When I try to compile the old kernel, I get an error message telling
> me that my C compiler is too new (!).
>
> So, I have some old CDs, and can install an old Redhat (v9) or Fedora
> (v1 or v2) but I realize that there were many updates to all of these.
>
> Needless to say, I dont find any updates left on the WEB for these
> old distributions.
>
> I havent followed what people selling CDs have.  Does anyone sell
> OLD distributions including the updates?
>
> Im sure I can get along without the updates (unless they turn out to
> be to something significant) as this will all be done behind a good
> firewall, but Im interested in knowing whats available.  Perhaps in
> the future I should copy all the updates to a DVD before they go
> away,-- just in case.
> --
>                                         Reg.Clemens
>                                         [email protected]

Reg,

ftp.heanet.ie keeps the old redhat updates.

ftp.heanet.ie:/pub/redhat-archive/redhat/linux/updates/7.3/en/os/i386

ftp.heanet.ie:/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/1/i386>

Regards,

Tony.

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