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Old 11-22-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
jaysnow
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hi!

I'm new here and to linux OS. I wanted to learn the linux kernel itself. I'm a firmware engineer, but mostly doing high-level firmware (not close to BIOS nor architecture level).

I've been reading books/articles about linux kernel but I think the easiest way to learn is to really see it for myself and get my hands dirty. Right now I dont have any idea on how to start my hands on. Can any guide me? I've downloaded the linux kernel source, for a start. But if anyone can help me start with it, i'd appreciate it.

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