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RE: [SLUG] Kernel development information

The attached is a list of references (probably not complete) useful to
kernel developers.



On 07-May-01 Andrew Eager wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm doing some work on a kernel module.  Being new to linux, does anyone 
> have information on the following:
> a)  Any (local) user groups that specialise in kernel work (no offence 
> to sluggers)
> b)  Any good books that would aid in kernel development work.
> Regards,
> Andrew E.
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