Linux Kernel Internals

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Michael Beck
Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Computers - 480 pages
3 Reviews
This book is written for anybody who wants to learn more about Linux. It explains the inner mechanisms of Linux 2.0 from process sceduling to memory management and file systems, and will tell you all you need to know about the structure of the kernel, the heart of the Linux operating system. thoroughly updated to cover Linux 2.0

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User Review  - all4metals - LibraryThing

I loved reading this book. If you want to understand how the Linux kernel works, then this is the book for you. My edition is very dated at this point. Look for a newer version. Read full review

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Describes Linux 2.0 in some detail. Not to be recommended. Read full review

Contents

Linux the operating system
1
Introduction to the kernel
15
Memory management
70
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Michael Beck is a research engineer at Alcatel Research and Innovation. As Editor of the EFM Copper Sub Task Force, he had a major role in the creation of the Ethernet in the First Mile standard. Mr. Beck holds a Master's Degree in Physical Engineering from Ghent University and has written numerous papers on EFM. He resides in Antwerp, Belgium

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