What is a good (updated) book that is similar to "Understanding the Linux Kernel"?
I'm about to be a junior at my university. I'll be taking an OS theory class, but I want to learn more than what is required in the class. I would really like to read a book that is comparable to this, http://www.amazon.com/Understanding-...e+linux+kernel
I actually DO have the book, but it's pretty old; it was published in like 2008 when the 2.6 kernel was the thing.
Can anyone recommend a comparable updated book that is up to date with whatever kernel that is brand new (or semi-new)?
Re: What is a good (updated) book that is similar to "Understanding the Linux Kernel"
There is a Documentation folder in the kernel source tree, that could be a good place to start. Also, for specialized questions abot the Linux kernel, you might have better luck in the LKML mailing list.