reb at eskimo.com
Mon Aug 16 12:51:16 EDT 1999
Download the kernel source code, untar it, and look in the
linux/Documentation directory. I found a lot of good information in there
abotu various things. You might also want to check the Linux
Documentation Project. They have hundreds of HOWTOs about everything you
can imagine. There is a link to it off of redhat.com
On Mon, 16 Aug 1999 jj at spiderentertainment.com wrote:
> It is interesting how little in depth docs are out there for linux.
> Myself I used to be an "NT guy" who had a large corp raped around NT.
> The amount of problems we had experienced was incredible, but atleast
> there were docs.
> I used to program in assembly/C/C++/dbase/paradox/fortan/vb/java...,
> Right now I want to be one of these people who you see at the
> conventions who just can't seem to stop talking about linux. I want to
> know it like the back of my hand. What I need is some good resources
> that can help me get started.
> I figure Kernel would be the best start, to see exactly how it works,
> break it down to the smallest details.
> If you can point me to a resource, or anything, I would greatly
> appreciate it.
> Thank you.
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