"The Linux Kernel Archives provides an assortment of methods for
obtaining the Linux Kernel source code. In an earlier article we
spoke with H. Peter Anvin who has been maintaining kernel.org since
its inception in 1997. In the beginning it operated on a generic PC
connected to the Internet through a shared T1 housed by Transmeta
Corporation. Since those early days, it has been upgraded several
times to finally reach the current configuration which includes
multiple ProLiant DL585 4-way dual-core Opterons donated by HP,
each with 24 gigabytes of RAM and 10 terabytes of disk space. Both
of the servers have a full gigabit connection to the Internet
donated by Internet Systems Consortium, Inc..."
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