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Watch kernel deveoper do Linux kernel development ;-)

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Tim Beale: Linux Kernel Development for Newbies

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Presentation by Tim Beale at WOSSAT in Wellington, New Zealand, on 18 July 2019.

Linux Kernel Programming 01: Compile and Boot

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In this video, we download the Linux Kernel source code, configure the development environment, compile the Kernel and boot it

Mentorship Session: Trust and the Linux Kernel Development Model

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Mentor: Greg Kroah-Hartman, Kernel Maintainer & Fellow, The Linux Foundation There is much confusion at times as to exactly how the Linux kernel development process works from the outside. This talk will attempt to describe the trust model of the development community and how it all fits together into creating something that everyone can rely on.

Linux Kernel Development, Greg Kroah-Hartman - Git Merge 2016

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The Linux kernel is the largest collaborative software development project ever. This talk will discuss exactly how Linux is developed, how fast it is happening, and how we all try to stay sane keeping up with it (hint, git is the reason). Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Fellow at the Linux Foundation. He is currently responsible for the stable Linux kernel releases, and is a maintainer of the USB, TTY, and driver core subsystems in the kernel as well as other portions of the codebase that he wishes he could forget about. He is the author of two books about Linux kernel development, both free online, and has written many papers and articles about the Linux kernel.

Linux Kernel Development, 1991-2015

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Watch Linux kernel developers shoot laser beams of code goodness into the source code tree! This is a gource video of the last 24 years of development. I highly recommend watching the 1080p version unless you have extraordinary eyesight. The video begins with v0.01 and ends with v4.0. Note: Commits before the adoption of BitKeeper are (incorrectly) attributed to Linus Torvalds due to the lack of attribution information. Unlike the previous video, dates should be more or less correct here.

30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks: Steve Rostedt

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Steve walks us through his workspace in quite a bit of detail. See how a Linux kernel developer lives, works and plays. More profiles at 🤍

0x203 Roadmap - How to become Linux Kernel Developer | Device Drivers Programmer | Expert

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Contact via Signal, Telegram or WhatsApp: 🤍 W A T C H: What is a Linux Kernel Module - a Big Picture 🤍 LINUX KERNEL & SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING CLASSES 🤍 Download the latest version of PiPG - Raspberry Pi Network Packet Generator 🤍 NEW VIDEO: Teardown Xiaomi Mi 3C WiFi Router | OpenWRT Embedded Linux | MIPS MediaTek SoC MT7628K/N/A | U-Boot 🤍 C O N T A C T kiran.kankipati🤍gmail.com V I S I T: Website The Linux Channel : 🤍 C H E C K O U T: The FreeBSD Channel 🤍 by Ravi Kiran Kankipati: contact: 🤍 #TheLinuxChannel #Programming #LinuxKernelNetworking

Let's code a Linux Driver - 1: Hello World Linux Kernel Module

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Let's leave userspace and head towards Kernelspace! In this series of videos I will show you how to write your own Linux Driver. In this video, I will create a simple Hello World Linux Kernel Module Enjoy! Here is the link to my git-repo: 🤍 You want to support my work? You can buy me a coffee here: 🤍 Here are some of my sources: Mike Netz. Eigener linux-gpio-treiber für raspberry pi 3 model b. 🤍 2018. letzter Aufruf: 19.12.2020. Jürgen Platte. Linux Hardware Hackz. Carl Hanser Verlag, 2007. Martin Züger Usr Graf, Andreas Kalberer. Einführung in die Linux Treiberentwicklung. FHO Hochschule Ostschweiz, 2015.

Linux kernel is switching to a modern C! Why? Lets study the source code and see why

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The news is "Linux is switching to modern C"! Here the modern C seems to C99 (1999) or C11 (2011). But why? This is an opportunity for us to have a look at Kernels mailing list, see what they say, check the source code and educate ourselves! Every news piece is an opportunity to digg in! Lets digg.

Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces: Jes Sorensen, Red Hat

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Jes Sorensen is a Linux kernel engineer on the virtualization team at Red Hat where he works on Software RAID and WiFi device drivers. In this video, Sorensen gives us a tour of his work space as part of a Linux.com series: 30 Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces in 30 Weeks. Visit 🤍linux.com for the full series of interviews.

30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks: Greg Kroah-Hartman

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The first in a series that illustrates where Linux kernel developers do their art. Linux kernel developer and maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman takes on a short tour of his workspace. To read the entire profile, please visit 🤍.

How Do Linux Kernel Drivers Work? - Learning Resource

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If you want to hack the Kernel, are interested in jailbreaks or just want to understand computers better, Linux Device Drivers is a great book to get you started. I used to learn the basics and in this video I want to share what *clicked* for me. LDD Book: 🤍 LDD3 Example Code Updated: 🤍 -=[ ❤️ Support ]=- → per Video: 🤍 → per Month: 🤍 -=[ 🐕 Social ]=- → Twitter: 🤍 → Website: 🤍 → Subreddit: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍

The Linux Kernel Development Crash Course - Hans Holmberg

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The Linux kernel is at the heart of many products and applications today, but do you know anyone working on it? Are you interested in the Linux kernel and want to contribute? Perhaps you are a kernel developer that want to connect to the "web of trust"? Join us for some short talks about working with the Linux kernel and how to get started in the community. You'll have the opportunity to meet and network with active kernel developers. Hans Holmberg has worked as a kernel developer for the Open Source Technology Center at Intel for the past three years and is currently teaching a course on Linux Kernel Development at ITU in Copenhagen. _ Foo Café is an independent and physical meeting place for people of all backgrounds and expertise within the IT-industry in the Malmö/Lund region. Foo Café is aimed at those interested in sharing and learning. Born out of the desire to create a year round conference like atmosphere, Foo Café is THE place for planned and spontaneous meetings of all sizes and interests within the IT arena. Enjoy a coffee or a cold beer, along with light pub fare, and engage with other like minded individuals interested in sharing their knowledge and learning from one another. Foo Café is sourced by individuals, small, medium and goliath-sized enterprises, as well as entrepreneurs. Awaiting you, after stepping over the Foo Café threshold, is a space that is recruitment and product placement safe! We look forward to igniting inspiration and creativity year round to patrons of Foo Café.

Linux vs Windows Round 0: A Microsoft Dev Builds the Linux Kernel

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Retired Microsoft Windows NT developer Davepl takes you on a tour of the Windows Subsystem for Linux v2 and shows you how to build and deploy your own custom Linux kernel. I get a lot of questions about which keyboard I'm using as well as various other camera and studio equipment questions, so here are the highlights: CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Cherry MX Blue Switches) 🤍 Sony FX3 or A7SIII Cameras 🤍 🤍 Aputure 120D Mark II Light and Light Dome II Mini 🤍 🤍 Glide Gear TMP100 Prompter 🤍

Linux Kernel Development by GKH

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A conference by Greg KH (🤍 about the Linux kernel development process. March 2015, Paris, France. University Paris Diderot. As Greg said: "It's my "normal" "How the kernel is developed" talk, with a "How to write a kernel patch" talk merged into it at the second half. I gave both of these talks a week later at Pierre and Marie Curie University which resulted in 12 patches applied to the kernel tree, a great result." 🤍

Raspberry Pi Kernel Development | Writing a Raspberry Pi ARM GPIO Driver in C | Embedded Concepts

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In this video, we talk about the purpose of drivers and why they are necessary when working on embedded systems. Later, we go over how to install the Raspberry Pi kernel headers and use them to write a kernel driver for the device. Finally, we install the kernel driver and prove that it is running on our device. This is part one in a video series for creating a GPIO driver for the Raspberry Pi! Drop a like and subscribe to be alerted when new videos go out. 🏫 COURSES 🏫 🤍y/courses/ LINKS: LLL Merch: 🤍 Code: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍

LIVE: Linux Kernel Driver Development: xpad

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Watch as I figure out what does not make this controller behave normally. I didn't make much progress here. I'm going to have to use a Windows VM + Wireshark on linux to make more progess.

Write and Submit your first Linux kernel Patch

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By Greg Kroah-Hartman As A core member of the Linux Kernel team, Greg will show us how to write a kernel patch. This talk will cover the steps necessary to properly compose, describe, and submit a Linux kernel patch. It will cover the basic usage of git, and how that works with the Linux kernel development cycle. Attendees should have a solid grasp of the C language, and know how to build and install, a Linux kernel from scratch (if not,reading the book, Linux Kernel in a Nutshell, free online, ahead of time would be a very good idea.) FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Development European Meeting) is a European event centered around Free and Open Source software development. It is aimed at developers and all interested in the Free and Open Source news in the world. Its goals are to enable developers to meet and to promote the awareness and use of free and open source software. More info at 🤍

"Kernel hacking like it's 2020" - Russell Currey (LCA 2020)

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Russell Currey 🤍 The Linux kernel has been around of a long time, and most of the tools that were used in its early development are the same ones most developers are using today. After all, it's pretty simple - you need a text editor and a compiler, an email client to send your changes, and git might be helpful too. Meanwhile, other projects seem to have all these nice things, like: - modern editors *gasp* - type-checked code completions - linters built-in to their editors - easy to use interactive debuggers - a giant matrix of configurations and platforms tested on each commit automatically - many different kinds of test suites In this session I'll show you that the kernel hasn't been left that far behind, and there's lots of awesome tools out there to make working on the kernel easier - whether they're the new hotness or an oft-forgotten gem. linux.conf.au is a conference about the Linux operating system, and all aspects of the thriving ecosystem of Free and Open Source Software that has grown up around it. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source. For more information on the conference see 🤍 Produced by NDV: 🤍 #linux.conf.au #linux #foss #opensource Tue Jan 14 17:00:00 2020 at Arena

Rust will make it into Linux Kernel!

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Today we will talk about why Rust will make it into Linux Kernel! FREE Rust Cheat Sheet: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:38 Rust will go into Linux 6.1 1:33 Most loved & wanted programing language 1:54 Outro #rust #programming #tutorial

New Code of Conduct with Linux Kernel Development

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Looking at the new highly politicised Code of Conduct which has been implemented in Linux Kernel after Linus Torvalds took a break in September 2018 to reflect on his behaviour to other developers. New code of conduct: 🤍 New Code of Conduct compared to old Code of Conflict 🤍 Contributor Covenant: 🤍 🤍 KDE Code of Conduct: 🤍 Other Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Like my channel? Please help support it: Patreon: 🤍 Paypal: 🤍 Follow me on Social Media Google+ 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Minds: 🤍

Linux Kernel Development, 1991-20170826

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Gource of Linux kernel development, 1991-20170826. Watch Linux kernel developers shoot laser beams of code goodness into the source code tree! This is a gource video of the last 26 years of development. I highly recommend watching the 1080p version unless you have extraordinary eyesight. The video begins with v0.01 and ends with v4.13-rc7. Note: Commits before the adoption of BitKeeper are (incorrectly) attributed to Linus Torvalds due to the lack of attribution information.

Exploring Linux Kernel Source Code with Eclipse and QTCreator

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Exploring Linux Kernel Source Code with Eclipse and QTCreator - Marcin Bis Getting through millions lines of Linux kernel source code is tough task. Especially for a person not used to editors like Vim or Emacs, which both are powerful tools, yet hard to configure and sometimes considered misleading. The talk will cover usage of two open-source IDEs: Eclipse (mostly) and QTCreator to develop device drivers and explore kernel source code using various cross toolchains (including SDK generated by Yocto Project tools, with, and without dedicated plugins). IDE configuration, good practices, side-to-side examples of good and bad IDE configuration and its influence on development process. The talk will include presentation and short tutorial - practical demonstration of Eclipse configuration, writing and debugging kernel driver on remote ARM platform, Material is based on author's personal experience of working on various projects. About Marcin Bis I have been dealing with Linux in embedded systems since 2007. I run a consulting company bis-linux.com. I help my customers to create business value on every step of product life-cycle by mentoring engineers and working as Embedded Linux Engineer or Technical Leader. I provide Embedded Linux, Drivers Development and Yocto trainings (both: open and on-site). I wrote books covering Embedded Linux topics (in Polish 2007, 2005). I have experience in usage of Embedded Linux in Real-Time system, which I share by providing talks at conferences (incl. ELCE 2012, 2013).

The Linux Kernel What it is, and how it works!

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In this video, I go over a simple explanation of what computer kernels are and how they work, alonside what makes the Linux kernel any special. Link with further resources on Clib syscalls: 🤍 •Site: 🤍

Linux Kernel Development Visualization (git commit history - past 6 weeks - june 02 2012)

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6 weeks of kernel development, visualized. linux kernel git commit log activity for the past 6 weeks - june 02 2012 git repository: $ git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git log data: $ git log pretty=format:user:%aN%n%at reverse raw encoding=UTF-8 no-renames after={6.weeks.ago} Video: Gource 🤍 Music: Fancy Mike - Death Proof 🤍

Linux Kernel Development Using Qemu

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Tutorial to set up Linux Kernel Development environment using Qemu. Kernel Development using Qemu is fast and easy. It helps in case of reboot, crashes and panics as one does not have to restart the actual machine. What you need is Qemu installed on your Linux machine, an initrd image as initial filesystem and a root filesystem. Command Used in the video qemu-system-x86_64 -m 256 -nographic -kernel arch/x86_64/boot/bzImage -initrd initrd.img -hda disk.img -append "root=/dev/sda console=ttyS0"

Compiling The Linux Kernel On Ubuntu & Debian

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I was thinking of making this video since a year, but finally, I did it! As I couldn't find a new and straightforward tutorial for compiling the Linux kernel from source, I made one for you. In this video, I have shown you how to download and compile the Linux kernel on Ubuntu, Debian, MX Linux, elementaryOS, Linux Mint, Zorin OS or any Debian based Linux distribution. 🔗 LINKS: Article ᐉ 🤍 Linux Kernel ᐉ 🤍 Lilo ᐉ 🤍 BURG ᐉ 🤍 Syslinux ᐉ 🤍 💬 FOLLOW ME FOR UPDATES: 🤍 💻 MY PROJECTS & CODE: 🤍 🏝️ WALLPAPER: Photo by Lorenzo Herrera on Unsplash 🤍 🎵 BACKGROUND MUSIC: Tropical Traveller by Del. 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 🏷️ TAGS: #vasanthdeveloper #linux #kernel #compilation #operatingsystem Keep knowing, keep growing 🤓

Linux Kernel Internals and Development Training Course from The Linux Foundation

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Learn how to develop for the Linux kernel. In this course you’ll learn how Linux is architected, the basic methods for developing on the kernel, and how to efficiently work with the Linux developer community. If you are interested in learning about the Linux kernel, this is absolutely the definitive course on the subject. 🤍

Reading Kernel Source Code - Analysis of an Exploit

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Last video we looked at a kernel exploit against SerenityOS Kernel. This video we dig deep into the sources to find out why the vulnerability exists. After that we even attempt to find our own exploit. Part 1 - The Kernel Exploit: 🤍 00:00 - Intro 00:27 - Part 1 - Linux vs. Serenity 01:17 - Finding ptrace() in Linux 01:31 - Finding ptrace() in Serenity 02:12 - Comparing Linux and Serenity ptrace() Code 04:07 - Architecture Specific Code in Linux 04:45 - Continue Comparing Linux vs. Serenity ptrace() Code 05:08 - Conclusion of Part 1 05:57 - Part 2 - hxp wisdom2 Exploit Analysis 06:44 - Reading ptrace() again 07:26 - Reading execve() code 08:46 - The Critical execve() code 09:30 - Do You Notice The Vulnerability? 10:17 - Race Condition Exploit Strategy 11:48 - Part 3 - Doing Own Research 13:15 - Doing an Experiment 15:44 - Kernel Changes for Experiment 16:00 - Failed Experiment 16:26 - Asking Andreas Kling About Scheduler Code 17:45 - Conclusion - Read More Code 18:38 - Outro -=[ ❤️ Support ]=- → per Video: 🤍 → per Month: 🤍 -=[ 🐕 Social ]=- → Twitter: 🤍 → Instagram: 🤍 → Website: 🤍 → Subreddit: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍

Linux Kernel Development, 1991-2012

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Superseded by: 🤍 This is a gource video of the last 21 years of Linux kernel development. In theory you should be able to watch kernel developers shoot laser beams of code goodness into the source tree to warm it up. In reality you probably want 1080p unless you have extraordinarily good eyesight. Video starts at 0.01 and ends around 3.7-rc3. Apologies for the incorrect 2007 dates for the early releases. Well, that part makes it look like Linus did all the work for the first 10 years... :P

OS development using the Linux kernel - Getting Started (Part 1)

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This video shows you how to start developing your own OS using Linux for your kernel. Not the same as "Linux from scratch", this focuses on developing your own, at the low level of course! This is the first video in the series, I hope you enjoy and please comment with any questions you have. Discord: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Donate (Paypal/Venmo): rockytriton75🤍gmail.com I've created a subreddit for this channel as well where I will post any video updates: 🤍 Source code: 🤍

الحلقة الثانية : ما هو Linux Kernel

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ما هو Linux Kernel الفرق بين Linux و Windows Arch Linux

The Linux Kernel Gets Rusty

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In this video I discuss the recent RFC to add Rust to the Linux kernel. Start of thread 🤍 Linus Opinion 🤍 ₿💰💵💲Help Support the Channel by Donating Crypto💲💵💰₿ Monero 45F2bNHVcRzXVBsvZ5giyvKGAgm6LFhMsjUUVPTEtdgJJ5SNyxzSNUmFSBR5qCCWLpjiUjYMkmZoX9b3cChNjvxR7kvh436 Bitcoin 3MMKHXPQrGHEsmdHaAGD59FWhKFGeUsAxV Ethereum 0xeA4DA3F9BAb091Eb86921CA6E41712438f4E5079 Litecoin MBfrxLJMuw26hbVi2MjCVDFkkExz8rYvUF Dash Xh9PXPEy5RoLJgFDGYCDjrbXdjshMaYerz Zcash t1aWtU5SBpxuUWBSwDKy4gTkT2T1ZwtFvrr Chainlink 0x0f7f21D267d2C9dbae17fd8c20012eFEA3678F14 Bitcoin Cash qz2st00dtu9e79zrq5wshsgaxsjw299n7c69th8ryp Etherum Classic 0xeA641e59913960f578ad39A6B4d02051A5556BfC USD Coin 0x0B045f743A693b225630862a3464B52fefE79FdB Subscribe to my YouTube channel 🤍 and be sure to click that notification bell so you know when new videos are released.

Tips For Customizing Your Linux Kernel

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In this video I give you some tips for customizing and working with multiple kernels on your Linux distro. Follow me on Odysee 🤍 ₿💰💵💲Help Support the Channel by Donating Crypto💲💵💰₿ Monero 45F2bNHVcRzXVBsvZ5giyvKGAgm6LFhMsjUUVPTEtdgJJ5SNyxzSNUmFSBR5qCCWLpjiUjYMkmZoX9b3cChNjvxR7kvh436 Bitcoin 3MMKHXPQrGHEsmdHaAGD59FWhKFGeUsAxV Ethereum 0xeA4DA3F9BAb091Eb86921CA6E41712438f4E5079 Litecoin MBfrxLJMuw26hbVi2MjCVDFkkExz8rYvUF Dash Xh9PXPEy5RoLJgFDGYCDjrbXdjshMaYerz Zcash t1aWtU5SBpxuUWBSwDKy4gTkT2T1ZwtFvrr Chainlink 0x0f7f21D267d2C9dbae17fd8c20012eFEA3678F14 Bitcoin Cash qz2st00dtu9e79zrq5wshsgaxsjw299n7c69th8ryp Etherum Classic 0xeA641e59913960f578ad39A6B4d02051A5556BfC USD Coin 0x0B045f743A693b225630862a3464B52fefE79FdB Subscribe to my YouTube channel 🤍 and be sure to click that notification bell so you know when new videos are released.

This Linux Kernel Driver Was Abandoned For Months

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Since kernel 5.15 there has been a native NTFS driver in the Linux kernel but it turns out that nobody has been maintaining it for the past 6 months Support The Channel ► $100 Linode Credit: 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Paypal: 🤍 ► Liberapay: 🤍 ► Amazon USA: 🤍 Resources Linux Mailing List Discussion: 🤍 =Video Platforms 🎥 Odysee: 🤍 🎥 Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Gaming: 🤍 Social Media 🎤 Discord: 🤍 🎤 Matrix Space: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🌐 Mastodon: 🤍 🖥️ GitHub: 🤍 Credits 🎨 Channel Art: All my art has was created by Supercozman 🤍 🤍 🎵 Ending music Music from 🤍 "Basic Implosion" by Kevin MacLeod (🤍) License: CC BY (🤍 #Linux #LinuxKernel #NTFS #ParagonSoftware DISCLOSURE: Wherever possible I use referral links, which means if you click one of the links in this video or description and make a purchase I may receive a small commission or other compensation.

Manuel Schölling: Linux Kernel Development for Newbies

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🤍 This talk presents a step by step guide for Linux kernel development. Manuel Schölling

How to compile a custom Linux kernel

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Linux kernel archives: 🤍 •Site: 🤍

700% FASTER Linux Kernel Devices!! SDs and USBs see Improvement with exFAT - Open Source is Great.

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HUGE Improvements made to Linux Kernel Devices!! A 700% Improvement in SD Card / USB Write speeds because of a function in the Kernel Development. Programmers are making great optimizations in the open source community. Open source programmers donate time so we can have faster systems and this is a perfect example. Need help exploring Linux?? A Checklist & The Linux System Mind Map 🤍 Want more info/content? 🤍 _ Useful Links/Commands: Discord Link - 🤍 Kernel Commit - 🤍 NXP Processor - 🤍 NXP Eval Board - 🤍 #linux #kernel #increase

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