I can download the current code from there but that's not what I want. I don't want the current code.rurwin wrote:Search github for Raspberry Pi.
I want to get hold of the code for the Debian6-19-04-2012 image so I can use it to check a new driver I have. I have a driver that works with that code but then stops working after the code is updated with rpi-update. I want to first check the new driver with the original code and then advance to using later versions of the code.nick.mccloud wrote:Er, the whole point of Git is that you can extract out a point in time - it's a fully functional source code management system.
What's not clear however is if you are looking for the code that created the kernel (and indeed, why - context always helps in answering questions).
Or if you want the install files for Debian at a point in time.
First one, check out https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/co ... pi-patches and scroll down to the 16th April when there were a series of updates on that day.
Second one, Google led me to this: http://snapshot.debian.org/
Sorry, hope your'e OK now.rurwin wrote:You scared me. The way you worded it, it looked like a probe for GPL non-conformance
Clone the repository on your PC, then get a copy of TortoiseGit and you can do it all in a GUI. But TortoiseGit only works with Windows and Nuatilus (maybe Mac), and Nautilus would be a big install for a Pi; you'd bring most of Gnome.