I know that on the surface it may not seem like much, but considering the last update was nearly 3 years ago…
2019-02-08 Â Â
Time flies, it’s flying fast, and it’s been two years till now. The latest Chinese revision, the Fifth revision of the book:”A Heavily Commemted Linux Kernel Source Code” is nowÂ HERE, and, more importantly, theÂ English versionÂ of the book is also givenÂ HERE. After nearly one year of translation, the English version of this book has finally been completed. Of course, there must be translation errors and tipos in the book. I hope you may point them out for me. Finally, thanks Trent Jarvi who helped me a lot, thank you friends in the Linux communities, and thank you all, and Happy Chinese Spring Festival!
Yes, that’s right the book is now available in English. And in PDF form! It’s an extensive dive into the 0.12 source, complete with diagrams, notes and annotated source code.
It’s a whopper though, 1109 pages, and weighing in at 11 MB! This is not a light read!
As always the site is http://www.oldlinux.org/
Could you please “host” a Redhat 2.1 Linux “Bluesky” ?
There was an article about installing this distributive at
but disappeared now…
This is a close as I can find right now
Kind of interesting snapshots, from 94/95/96
Old Linux stuff is difficult to locate.
I’ve put it on archive.org.
I emailed a link to the oldlinux.org address, although I think it’s going to spam. 🙁