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    Default Programming Kernel modules


    I want to make some kernel programming just for fun. I have downloaded from the book "Linux drivers". In order to build a driver, I have to build a kernel first, but the kernel does a lot of time and consumes a lot of space. Do I have to build a whole new kernel or is there any way to speed up or bypass this step?


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    Default Απ: Programming Kernel modules

    Look firstly what programming languages do you know?
    Secondly if you want to develop kernel, it would better to read this Kernel (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    this Kernel (computing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    and this The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide
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    Default Re: Απ: Programming Kernel modules

    Hi Leonardo12!

    Kernel development for fun is great.
    There is Linux Kernel Newbies project, you can find there a lot of kernel's beginners. There are IRC, mailing list, wiki and also forum.

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