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i have read a lot of tutorials on net releated to module programming . But can somebody suggests me some good book on kernel programming which will form a solid ...
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    books for kernel programming


    i have read a lot of tutorials on net releated to module programming . But can somebody suggests me some good book on kernel programming which will form a solid foundation .Am studying " understanding the linux kerenel" . But need some good book on kerenel programming to work in practical environment.

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    Linux Kernel Development by Robert Love is a gud book to start.
    If you have interest in Driver programming try Linux Device Driver Programming it gives a lot of exposure on programming modules

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    In my personal opinion, the O'Reilly book "Linux Device Drivers", by Cobet, Rubini & Kroah-Hartman is the book to have in your library. The kernel changes rapidly, so be sure to get the most recent edition. I first bought the book as the Second Edition, and bought it again when the Third Edition came out. If/when a Fourth Edition comes out, I'll buy it again.

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