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SubjectRe: Question: Favorite Linux kernel book?

Jon et al,

> 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.

Nonetheless even though "Understanding the Linux Kernel" is behind the
times it seems to give enough information for informed programmers
(or hacker ;-P) to find their way around the source.


DSL

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