IA-64 Linux Kernel: Design and Implementation
by David Mosberger, Stephane Eranian, Bruce Perens: the authoritative guide to the IA-64 Linux kernel implementation hot
Linux Complete : Command Reference
in 1,500 pages of tiny print, this heavy-duty tome documents every command, utility, file system, library function, and administration tool in the operating system. Linux also features a detailed kernel reference guide and a good index. hot
Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition
by Jonathan Corbet, Alessandro Rubini, Greg Kroah-Hartman: Updated to cover version 2.4.x of the Linux kernel, the second edition of Linux Device Drivers remains the best general-purpose, paper-bound guide for programmers wishing to make hardware devices work under the world's most popular open-source operating system. Read more hot
Linux Kernel Development
by Robert Love: details the design and implementation of the Linux kernel, presenting the content in a manner that is beneficial to those writing and developing kernel code. While the book discusses topics that are theoretical, it does so with the goal of assisting programmers so they better understand the topics and become more efficient and productive in their coding hot
Kernel Projects for Linux
by Gary Nutt: provides a series of 12 lab exercises that illustrate how to implement core operating system concepts in the increasingly popular Linux environment. The makeup of the manual allows readers to learn concepts on a modern operating system—Linux—while at the same time viewing the source code. This hands-on manual complements any core OS book by demonstrating how theoretical concepts are realized in Linux
Linux Core Kernel Commentary
by Scott A. Maxwell: 575 pages Bk&Cd Rom edition
Linux Device Drivers
by Alessandro Rubini: provides a definitive resource for those who want to support computer peripherals under the Linux operating system, explaining how to write a driver for a broad spectrum of devices, including character devices, network interfaces, and block devices.
Linux Device Drivers, 2nd Edition
by Alessandro Rubini, Jonathan Corbet: updated to cover version 2.4.x of the Linux kernel, the second edition of Linux Device Drivers remains the best general-purpose, paper-bound guide for programmers wishing to make hardware devices work under the world's most popular open-source operating system
Linux File Systems
by Moshe Bar: explains how to configure and implement the file systems now available in the Linux 2.4 kernel, including Ext2fs, VFAT, NTFS, VFS, and the Journaling file systems
by William Von Hagen: focuses on two different aspects of filesystems for Linux. First, local filesystems which use journaling are discussed, including SGI's XFS, IBM's EFS, Red Hat's extfs3, and Reiser
Linux Kernel Development (2nd Edition)
by Robert Love: This authoritative, practical guide helps developers better understand the Linux kernel through updated coverage of all the major subsystems as well as new features associated with the Linux 2.6 kernel.
Linux Kernel in a Nutshell
Written by a leading developer and maintainer of the Linux kernel, Linux Kernel in a Nutshell is a comprehensive overview of kernel configuration and building, a critical task for Linux users and administrators.
LINUX Kernel Internals (With CD-ROM)
by Michael Beck (Editor), Harald Bohme, Mirko Dziadzka, Robert Magnus, Ulrich Kunitz, Claus Schroter, Dirk Verworner: explains the inner mechanisms of Linux from process scheduling to memory management and file systems
Linux Kernel Programming, Third Edition
by Michael Beck, Harald Bohme, Mirko Dziadzka, Ulrich Kunitz, Robert Magnus, Dirk Verworner, Claus Schroter: Explains the inner mechanisms of Linux from process scheduling to memory management and file systems. Softcover. CD-ROM included.
The Linux Kernel Book
by Rémy Card, Éric Dumas, Franck Mevel: "The book you hold in your hand will hopefully help you understand the Linux operating system kernel better ... it really is a strange and wonderful world, full of subtle details ranging from how to control the physical hardware to how to manage multiple different users at the same time with limited resources ...", Linus Torvalds.
Understanding the Linux Kernel
by Daniel Bovet, Marco Cesati: Paperback (May 2000)
Understanding the Linux Kernel (2nd Edition)
by Daniel P. Bovet, Marco Cesati: The new edition of Understanding the Linux Kernel takes you on a guided tour through the most significant data structures, many algorithms, and programming tricks used in the kernel. Probing beyond the superficial features, the authors offer valuable insights to people who want to know how things really work inside their machine. Relevant segments of code are dissected and discussed line by line.
Understanding the Linux Virtual Memory Manager
by Mel Gorman: VM's behavior affects every Linux kernel subsystem and dramatically impacts overall performance. But until now, there was only one way to understand VM: study the poorly documented source one line at a time. Now there's an easier, faster alternative. This book describes VM in unprecedented detail, presenting both theoretical foundations and a line-by-line source code commentary.
Upgrading and Repairing PCs, Linux Edition
by The Linux General Store, Scott Mueller, Joe DeVita: addresses Linux-specific hardware issues that do not arise with Windows or DOS. Based on Upgrading and Repairing PCs, 11th Edition, this book covers Linux information such as system requirements, installation and setup, drive partitioning, kernel parameters, memory, and compatibility between Linux and components and components with each other