On Robert's Love Linux kernel development 3rd edtion
newstanoor at gmail.com
Sun Jul 7 07:21:59 EDT 2013
Thank you for your quick answers.
Following your advices, I'll work directly from the latest version.
@rday : If I can contribute to your web page, It would be a real pleasure.
On Sun, Jul 7, 2013 at 1:02 PM, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday at crashcourse.ca>wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Jul 2013, TD wrote:
> > Hi,I'm trying to lean linux kernel dev.
> > I bought Robert's love book : "Linux Kernel develpment"
> > This book is based on the linux version 2.6.
> > I can see in the kernel.org site that the latest stable version of
> ther kernel is 3.9.9.
> > So my question is : what is the most efficient way to learn from this
> book ?
> > 1) Download the 2.6 version and follow the examples and explanations
> based from this version
> > 2) Download the 3.9.9 version and try to adapt the examples and
> explanations of the book.
> > 3) Download both so that I can see the differences.
> > Any other idea or suggestion is very welcomed.
> As the teechnical editor of that book, I once started a wiki page to
> keep track of ongoing developments. The page is not world-writable
> given the grief from spammers but here it is:
> It's very much a work-in-progress and I update it whenever I get the
> time, so there's still a lot to do. But if you're interested and want
> to follow along and find things in the book that are clearly out of
> date, you can email me the change and I'll verify it and add it to the
> wiki page, and everyone is welcome to stay up to date.
> Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
> Twitter: http://twitter.com/rpjday
> LinkedIn: http://ca.linkedin.com/in/rpjday
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