The Linux kernel

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The Linux kernelAndries Brouwer, aeb@cwi.nl

2003-02-01

Some remarks on the Linux Kernel

 

1.
Linux
  • 1.1 History
  • 1.2 Size
  • 1.3 Hardware platforms
  • 1.4 Authors
  • 1.5 Users and marketshare
  • 1.6 Name
  • 1.7 Distributions
  • 1.8 Copyright, Open Source, GPL
  • 1.9 Literature and documentation

 

2.
The kernel source
  • 2.1 Kernel versions
  • 2.2 Obtaining the kernel source
  • 2.3 Compiling the kernel
  • 2.4 Booting a new kernel
  • 2.5 Modules
  • 2.6 Subsystems - layout of the tree
  • 2.7 The C code
  • 2.8 Logging kernel messages
  • 2.9 Keyboard interface to the kernel
  • 2.10 Profiling the kernel
  • 2.11 Debugging the kernel
  • 2.12 Submitting patches
  • 2.13 Talking about the kernel

 

3.
User space and the libc interface
  • 3.1 Application programs and C library
  • 3.2 Kernel and user space
  • 3.3 Error return conventions
  • 3.4 Alternative C libraries
  • 3.5 Initial userspace
  • 3.6 Libraries and binary formats

 

4.
System Calls
  • 4.1 System call numbers
  • 4.2 The call
  • 4.3 System call parameters
  • 4.4 Error return
  • 4.5 Interrupted system calls
  • 4.6 Sysenter and the vsyscall page

 

5.
Signals
  • 5.1 Sending signals
  • 5.2 Receiving signals
  • 5.3 Semantics
  • 5.4 Blocking signals
  • 5.5 Voodoo: wait and SIGCHLD
  • 5.6 Returning from a signal handler
  • 5.7 ptrace
  • 5.8 The Linux "parent death" signal

 

6.
File names and files
  • 6.1 The file hierarchy
  • 6.2 The Unix filesystem model
  • 6.3 The Linux filesystem model
  • 6.4 Open files
  • 6.5 Path names relative to a file descriptor

 

7.
Filesystems
  • 7.1 FAT
  • 7.2 Ext2
  • 7.3 Journaling filesystems
  • 7.4 NFS
  • 7.5 The proc filesystem
  • 7.6 A baby filesystem example

 

8.
The Linux Virtual File System
  • 8.1 Terminology
  • 8.2 Filesystem type registration
  • 8.3 Struct file_system_type
  • 8.4 Mounting
  • 8.5 The superblock
  • 8.6 Inodes
  • 8.7 Dentries
  • 8.8 Files
  • 8.9 struct vfsmount
  • 8.10 fs_struct
  • 8.11 nameidata

 

9.
Memory
  • 9.1 Physical and virtual memory
  • 9.2 Kinds of memory
  • 9.3 Kernel memory handling
  • 9.4 i386 addressing
  • 9.5 Reference
  • 9.6 Overcommit and OOM
  • 9.7 Stack overflow

 

10.
Processes
  • 10.1 Processes
  • 10.2 Process groups
  • 10.3 Sessions
  • 10.4 Threads

 

11.
Character devices
  • 11.1 Registration
  • 11.2 Opening
  • 11.3 The tty driver
  • 11.4 Raw devices
  • 11.5 The random device

 

12.
Handling of asynchronous events
  • 12.1 O_NONBLOCK
  • 12.2 select
  • 12.3 pselect
  • 12.4 poll
  • 12.5 epoll
  • 12.6 dnotify
  • 12.7 inotify

 

13.
Sysfs and kobjects
  • 13.1 atomic_t
  • 13.2 struct kref
  • 13.3 struct kobject
  • 13.4 struct kset
  • 13.5 struct kobj_type
  • 13.6 struct subsystem
  • 13.7 struct kobj_map
  • 13.8 Example: floppy
  • 13.9 Hotplug

 

14.
Security
  • 14.1 seccomp
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