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g33k 17th June 2006 10:54

Compiling older kernels..
 
Which is the oldest linux kernel version which i can compile safely in an Intel x86 platform (i686) ?? I plan to compile it and then run it using an Emulator like QEMU..

I tried to compile kernel v1.0 however it shows an unknown processor family error :(

I need to study the kernel sources (process management, scheduling etc..) in detail for an Operating Systems course at my college..
please help

falko 18th June 2006 13:59

I think this will become a trial and error thing...
I'd try 2.0 and 2.2 first.


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