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Re: Kernel

On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 08:59:17PM -0400, Scott Henson wrote:
> I am not new to linux, but this is the first time I am taking an intrest in
> what my system will have on it.  Before a fried set me up with redhat and it
> ran quite well.  Now I am trying to put debian on my new computer. I built
> this computer personally, so I am now taking a personal intrest in the
> software that is going on it(go fig).  So if someone could please explain to
> me all this stuff going around about the kernel and how the changes should
> be in the development version.  I am also intrested in Alan Cox who he is,
> what his version of the kernel is all about, and how good that kernel is.  I
> have already read a few kernel how-tos and some other documentation, but it
> is for some reason not clicking.  Thank you in advance for your time.

You'll surely find a lot of information on the internet about the kernel,
people, etc .

Have a look at www.kernel.org (linux kernel)

There are guides about the kernel internals at www.linuxdoc.org

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