[CALUG] Kernel commands

Bruce L Gotwols SRO gotwols at jhuapl.edu
Tue Oct 25 10:27:18 CDT 2005

	A very useful book for Linux kernel device drivers is "Linux
Device Drivers", 3rd edition, by Corbet, Rubini and Kroah-Hartman.

	"Linux Kernel Development" by Robert Love looks quite useful but
since I purchased it (from Borders in Columbia) only two days ago, I
haven't read much of it yet.  But my preliminary evaluation is that it
looks good.

		Cheers, Bruce

Bruce L. Gotwols
Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Lab., Laurel MD 20723
Internet:  gotwols at jhuapl.edu
Phone:	   240-228-4543		FAX: 240-228-5548
Ocean Remote Sensing Group Home Page -- http://fermi.jhuapl.edu

On Tue, 25 Oct 2005, Russ wrote:

> Hello,
> I am in an OS class at UMUC.  I am working  on a project using threads and
> context switching of threads during processes.  Can anyone direct me to a
> good source for learning Linux kernel commands?  Man pages I presume, but
> does anyone know of a good a website decribing their use.  I am currently
> working on a project that runs on UNIX/Sloaris.  I would like to try and
> get it to work on Liinux.
> Russ
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