Re: Kernel documentation and specification
From: Roman Kurakin (rik_at_cronyx.ru)
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 22:16:20 +0300 To: klowd9 - <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Read section 9 of man.
Read other drivers.
Check if there is an example of driver you want to write.
PS. Use edonkey, you may find there some books.
I time to time ask my friend who use edonkey often to
find me smth, but if book realy deserve and I need it for
direct benefit (or it is not very expensive) I prefer to get
a real book. I very dislike printed books.
klowd9 - wrote:
>> Reading the CVS logs for the relevant files should give you ideas
>> about who might be able to answer your questions. However, you
>> shouldn't expect that people have time to answer lots of questions.
>> Of course, it helps if your interest is in the context of contributing
>> something back to the project.
>> Kirk's book, ``The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD
>> Operating System'' probably contains the answers to basic
>> questions about scheduling and IPC.
> I considered purchasing that book, which is very very good imo, but a
> bit overpriced at $60..
> Any other resources about kernel development, and to whom may i speak
> with to help me get started..
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