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SubjectRe: Annotated kernel sources
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On Tuesday 21 May 2002 6:32 pm, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> On Tue, 21 May 2002, Gareth Fleming wrote:
> | Is there anywhere I can pick up some annotated kernel sources?
> |
> | (That's not OT, is it?)
>
> nah.
>
> You can pick up the book "Linux Core Kernel Commentary,"
> by Scott Maxwell, from CoriolisOpen Press (www.coriolis.com).
> ISBN 1-57610-469-9. (hmm, server down/offline, or not in
> business?)
>
> However, it's for kernel 2.2.5, and much has changed
> since then. Keeping up with Linux requires lots of time.

Thanks for the lead. According to Amazon, the 2nd edition of this book covers
2.4

I think I'll try it, though, at 35 pounds(as in "that's expensive", not "I
can't carry THAT!") , I'd certainly follow anyone elses 'leads' on this one!
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