Adding Debian, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, RHEL, CentOS kernels to WireGuard CI: Seeking URLs

Georg Faerber georg at
Fri May 22 14:43:44 CEST 2020


Regarding the Debian-side of things:

On 20-05-22 02:04:58, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> I'd like to put these on to mitigate breakage. In
> order to make this happen, I'll need two things:
> - A URL I can scape that will give me the latest kernel versions for
> relevant distros.

Versions are available via [1], the 'f' param returns json output.
API docs are available via [2].

> - A URL I can construct using a selected version to download a boring
> kernel source tarball.
> I would prefer to not involve git, if possible, and for these URLs to
> point to the sources for actual kernels that are shipping as the
> standard latest-kernel for each of the above releases.

One way to get the source tarball, without relying on git, is using
[3], specifically [4]. To construct the URL to fetch the source tarball
from, one would need to concatenate: + $first_seen + $path + $name

An example URL would look like [5].

I'm not sure if there are API docs available.

Hope this helps,


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