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Old 05-12-2020, 01:25 AM   #1
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Where can I find the source code of Linux Deepin kernel?


Hi,

I'm working on development of a Linux Kernel Module which mostly works on Linux Deepin 15.11. It'd be great if I could cross-compile the module on my existing Linux system. It turns out that I need a Linux Deepin kernel compiled to make it happen. (ref)

I did simple searches on google and found this github repository, but it doesn't seems to be actively updated. (last commit was 2 years ago)

So is there any place I can find the source of the latest Linux Deepin kernel? Or maybe some work-around?

Thanks for any help in advance.
 
Old 05-13-2020, 07:12 PM   #2
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Have you looked in the repos using the package manager?

I don't have Deepin installed to check so this is a shot in the dark, but the distros I use all have the kernel headers and kernel sources in the repos.
 
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So is there any place I can find the source of the latest Linux Deepin kernel? Or maybe some work-around?
From the Deepin wiki:
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All source code of deepin components can be obtained from official repository. For example, to get the source code of deepin-music-player, execute in terminal:

sudo apt-get source deepin-music-player
So all sources, including those of the kernel, can be uptained that way.
 
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