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    linux kernel

    I want to know more about the Linux kernel. Can i get some names of books which can help me understand it. I know C programming.
    Also it would be kind to tell some good books / tutorials for bash programming.
    If possible tell the pros and cons of each book u prescribe for Linux.
    thanks
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    Re: linux kernel

    Quote Originally Posted by malakar.subhendu View Post
    I want to know more about the Linux kernel. Can i get some names of books which can help me understand it. I know C programming.
    Also it would be kind to tell some good books / tutorials for bash programming.
    If possible tell the pros and cons of each book u prescribe for Linux.
    thanks
    hi
    for me is the bible to start with OS is:
    Operating Systems Design and Implementation
    Prentice-Hall International Editions from Andrew S. Tanenbaum
    ISBN 0-13-637331-3 025

    but check the ISBN - my book is from 1987 (i started with unix 1982).
    if it is unix or linux - in my opinion that doesen't matter - it's the philosophie of the systems.
    but i tell you: unix/linux and the shell is a never ending story.
    have fun
    "What is the robbing of a bank compared to the FOUNDING of a bank?" Berthold Brecht

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    Re: linux kernel

    Quote Originally Posted by rnerwein View Post
    hi
    for me is the bible to start with OS is:
    Operating Systems Design and Implementation
    Prentice-Hall International Editions from Andrew S. Tanenbaum
    ISBN 0-13-637331-3 025

    but check the ISBN - my book is from 1987 (i started with unix 1982).
    if it is unix or linux - in my opinion that doesen't matter - it's the philosophie of the systems.
    but i tell you: unix/linux and the shell is a never ending story.
    have fun
    thanks for the help. but i've heard that this book is for general OS and not specific to anything, i have an OS course this semester and hope to learn some basics of OS there. Linux and windows may be discussed but not in details, that's why i wanted to study them myself.
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