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This O'Reilly book is not just about writing device drivers but also about the Linux kernel as well.

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Constructing a Linux distribution from scratch also makes possible 1 a high degree of customization, 2 a very compact system and 3 tight control over security. Available for viewing online and also downloadable in several formats. This well written and useful although somewhat dated book is available for viewing online on The Linux Documentation Project website. The Linux kernel - by Andries Brouwer, Linux Kernel 2.

This introduction to the Linux 2. It is part of the Linux Documentation Project and can be viewed online and downloaded in various formats. A book for dedicated kernel hackers that begins gently with an explanation of kernel modules and the traditional "Hello World" programming example. Covers Linux system administration for popular distributions including Red Hat and Debian.

Suitable for use as a tutorial for new users and as a reference for experienced administrators.

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