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Some resources re "hacking" the Linux kernel. From LinuxChix: '"Kernel hacking" is shorthand for writing Linux kernel code, or Linux kernel development.'

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  • (rhk) KernelNewbies FAQ -- some very useful information -- skimmed much of it, should reread at some point -- reinforces my desire and the value of better documentation (for many computer programs / projects) -- links to some other useful resources -- some pointers on how to "get into" a large program (can't recite exactly, but start small, focus on some particular points or problems, and gradually (my take) you'll realize you know more than you expected -- and, of course, the entire KernelNewbies site should be useful for a new kernel hacker
  • (rhk) Diary for raph: extern inline; 27 Feb 2002 -- the rest of the entries are somewhat interesting as well, giving some insight into what a kernel hacker thinks about
  • (rhk) Kernel Compiling; viewed 10/4/02 -- The commands Karl Magnus KolstÝ (??) uses to compile the kernel.
  • (rhk) LinuxChix Kernel Hacking Lessons -- '"Kernel hacking" is shorthand for writing Linux kernel code, or Linux kernel development.' -- I haven't read this yet but plan to -- women usually seem to be careful about covering all the necessary details wink
  • (rhk) Kernel Rebuild Procedure; Digital Hermit; Kwan Lowe; July 4, 2002 -- Kwan Lowe's procedure for upgrading the kernel -- not read
  • (rhk) The linux-kernel mailing list FAQ -- looks useful, skimmed through most of it
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