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SubjectRe: Question: Favorite Linux kernel book?
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> I was just wondering if anyone had any recommendations for reading 
> material to introduce the Linux kernel, design & code.

I can't let this go by without recommending "Linux Device Drivers", which
covers much of the kernel API. Available at your favorite bookstore, or
online (under the FDL) at: http://www.xml.com/ldd/chapter/book/index.html.
Of course, I'm a little biased on that one...

Other worthwhile books include "Understanding the Linux Kernel," also
published by O'Reilly (though it's a little behind the times now), and
"ia-64 Linux Kernel," which is well worthwhile even if you have no interest
in the ia-64 architecture.

jon

Jonathan Corbet
Executive editor, LWN.net
corbet@lwn.net
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