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Old 04-07-2011, 06:05 AM   #1
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List of Linux Kernel Development tutorials/books

Books: Getting the basics right:

Getting the latest kernel:
Kernel compilation:
Developing Kernel modules/Device drivers:
Implementing System calls in Linux:
Applying a patch:
The GCC compiler, the GNU Make, and the KBuild:
The Kernel Debugger:
Last but not the least:
The Linux Kernel Mailing list FAQ:

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Great list.

Another good book for relatively new kernel is : Professional Linux Kernel Architecture.

ULK3 is good for kernel 2.6.11 (or 13?), but many things changed in the new kernels.

Also, I think for every kernel hacker, he needs some knowledge of the Operating Systems. One such book is this: Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles (6th edition).

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