1. If one wants to add or modify the Linux kernel how is it done?
2. Is there a single Linux kernel source?
3. If there alot of approving that goes into a modification?
Just edit it ;) it's probably already installed under /usr/src/linuxQuote:
> 1. If one wants to add or modify the Linux kernel how is it done?
Well, there is the official kernel source, but then there's dozens ofQuote:> 2. Is there a single Linux kernel source?
Subscribe to the linux-kernel list by mailing majordomo at vger.rutgers.eduQuote:> 3. If there alot of approving that goes into a modification?
also note that the current stable version, 2.0.30, isn't get any
new features added on - bug-fixes only for 2.0.31 If you want to
do any of the fun stuff, look for the latest beta kernels in
ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.1 and pub/linux/kernel/testing
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(Discussion in comp.os.linux.misc on the intuitiveness of interfaces.)
I am a newbie to Linux Kernel Development, with a very basic knowledge of C,
and an OK knowledge of C++/Qt.
I was wondering if the people on this list could help me with my learning of
C, and help me and bring me up to Kernel Developer status.
Looking through the source code, there are a lot of "printk"s. I believe that
this is an alternative to printf because printf was unsuitable for this
purpose, and that it was written by Linus Torvalds, but I don't see why
printf's not adequate.
I also would like to know about the Linux security model, as well as what
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