How to start Linux Kernel development

petersenna edited this page Mar 15, 2012 · 18 revisions

How to start Linux Kernel development

Listing information that I'm considering useful.

How does it work?

  1. How to Participate in the Linux Community. By: Jonathan Corbet

  2. Participating in the kernel development process (With a minimum of pain) By: Jonathan Corbet

  3. The Kernel Report LinuxTag 2010 edition. By: Jonathan Corbet

  4. The kernel report LCA2012 edition. By: Jonathan Corbet

  5. Write and Submit your first Linux kernel Patch. By: Greg Kroah-Hartman

  6. The official: HOWTO do Linux kernel development

Where to meet people (and drink beer)?

  1. Upcoming Linux Foundation Events

  2. Free and Open Source Software Developers

Books

The first 3 books were used by Linus at University. See his talk.

  1. The C Programming Language

  2. The Design of the UNIX Operating System

  3. Operating Systems Design and Implementation

  4. Practical C Programming

  5. C: A Reference Manual

  6. Linux Device Drivers

  7. Linux Kernel in a Nutshell

  8. Linux Kernel Development

Getting help

  1. Kernel Newbies mailing list

  2. Stackoverflow

News

  1. LWN

  2. The H

  3. LKML Summary Podcast

Training

  1. CrashCourse - Introduction to Linux kernel programming - 2nd edition
  2. Linux Foundation - Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging
  3. Linux Foundation Developing Linux Device Drivers
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