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Please try again later. I didn’t learn anything and so far I consider my money wasted on this book. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features.

Kirti marked it as to-read Mar 24, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Nikhil rated it it was ok Sep 10, The book does contain the source code of the reference kernel it is written on. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Ian rated it liked it Mar 28, Jan 07, Gustavo Chaves rated it it was ok. Sep 07, Karthik Puttaswamy rated it it was amazing. Certainly more interesting than the average ‘ page, big character” book limux is only a fast rewrite of the documentation and include of as much as possible available document.

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Linux Kernel Internals

Understanding the Linux Kernel, Third Edition. Leif Gustafsson added it Aug 10, I consider myself an system apps programmer. No trivia or quizzes yet. The book is really for people who already knows Linux or Unix and need to look up what a particular function do because Kernel function are not in the “man” pages The only good part about this book is that the index is very complete so you can look up an unknown function quickly – that’s basically why I kept the book.

This book is a little outdated bck as it covers the older 2.

But that does not matter since I really wanted an insiders knowledge of how Linux worked and what the limitations and great features of Linux are. I don’t think this book teaches the Linux kernel at all. I guess technically they did give an example, but those examples don’t teach because they are too hard.

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For the Linx freak wanting to takle the kernel internal this is certainly a good book. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. If you are reading this book and following it up on a 2. However the commentry on a older kernel does not reduce the value of this book. Before reading this book I had no idea how an OS operates can’t blame me, I’m Ibrahim Mohamed marked it as to-read Sep 11, There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Maybe, but only after doing some kernel digging.

By the way the English translation from german is average, R Stevens books are refered under a German title!!!! Oleg Makarenko added it Jun 17, Paperback All formats Text, image, video Image and video reviews only Text, image, video. But as a teaching device – which was what I was looking for – the book fails completely.


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Artem Kudymovskyi rated it really liked it Apr 09, Prachi Tyagi added it Oct 20, Bharati Reshmi marked it as to-read Aug 26, Enjoy this execellent book. It explains the workings of Linux without bogging down in details. Lists with This Book. Linux Kernel Internals by Michael Beck. Be bekc first to ask a question about Linux Kernel Internals.

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Another value of this book is purely historical, in case kernsl desires to compare older and newer kernels with a high-level view. Books are suppose to give easy examples that get progressively harder instead of dumping the real thing at you right-a-way.