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I want to go here and see how the kernel is packaged. Specifically I think there may be an old debian patch still in there that is affecting my hardware.

e.g. shows the branches for the various releases and I can choose a branch and browse files.

How can I do this for the Linux Kernel?

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If you go here: you will find ALL the kernels currently used. Select the one in question. You will find the "build.log" and the "changes" there.

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follow up question is how do I map my ubuntu kernel version to the linux kernel version there? 3.5.0-19-generic there is no 3.5.0 at the link you posted. – Jay _silly_evarlast_ Wren Dec 20 '12 at 18:03
I don't know. recommend asking 'as a question' – Ringtail Dec 20 '12 at 18:45

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