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''' Linux Kernel Development, Robert Love, Sams, ISBN 978-0672325120, 322 Pages '''
 
''' Linux Kernel Development, Robert Love, Sams, ISBN 978-0672325120, 322 Pages '''
  
This book teaches you and explains some of the inner workings of the linux kernel that are needed to understand the whole linux kernel system. Although the audience is '''not** device driver developers, it contains a lot of valuable information that helps to write better device driver code.
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This book teaches you and explains some of the inner workings of the linux kernel that are needed to understand the whole linux kernel system. Although the audience is '''not''' device driver developers, it contains a lot of valuable information that helps to write better device driver code.
  
 
You can find a [http://lwn.net/Articles/419855/ Review of the third edition] at LWN.net
 
You can find a [http://lwn.net/Articles/419855/ Review of the third edition] at LWN.net
  
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Latest revision as of 06:08, 13 April 2011

Linux Kernel Development, Robert Love, Sams, ISBN 978-0672325120, 322 Pages

This book teaches you and explains some of the inner workings of the linux kernel that are needed to understand the whole linux kernel system. Although the audience is not device driver developers, it contains a lot of valuable information that helps to write better device driver code.

You can find a Review of the third edition at LWN.net

User comments

Be the first one to write a review - this is greatly appreciated