Books on the Linux Kernel

• Beck, M., H. Boehme, M. Dziadzka, U. Kunitz, R. Magnus, C. Schroter, and D. Verworner. Linux Kernel Programming (3rd ed.). Addison Wesley, 2002. A hardware-independent book covering the Linux 2.4 kernel.

• Maxwell, S. Linux Core Kernel Commentary. The Coriolis Group, LLC, 1999. A listing of part of the Linux kernel source code with some interesting comments at the end of the book.

• Mosberger, D., S. Eranian, and B. Perens. IA-64 Linux Kernel: Design and Implementation. Prentice Hall, Inc., 2002. An excellent description of the hardware-dependent Linux kernel for the Itanium IA-64 microprocessor.

• Rubini, A., J. Corbet. Linux Device Drivers (2nd ed.). O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., 2001. A valuable book that is somewhat complementary to this one. It gives plenty of information on how to develop drivers for Linux.

• Satchell S., H. Clifford. Linux IP Stacks Commentary. The Coriolis Group, LLC, 2000. A listing of part of the Linux kernel networking source code with some comments at the end of the book.

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