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Linux Kernel Newbies

Kernelnewbies is a community of aspiring Linux kernel developers who work to improve their Kernels and more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge.

Kernelnewbies can be found on the MailingList, IRC (irc.oftc.net #kernelnewbies), the web forum and this wiki.

FOSS Outreach Program for Women (OPW) and Project Ascend Alumni

Potential OPW applications, please go to the OPW intro page.

ChangeLog

A human readable changelog for the Linux kernel can be found on the LinuxChanges page.

Reporting Bugs

If you think you've found a Linux kernel bug, follow the directions on the FoundBug page to report it.

Hacking

So you want to be a Linux kernel developer? Go complete our tutorial for creating your first kernel patch, or read Linux Kernel Hacking.

Do you want to figure out how a certain kernel subsystem works? Go to our subsystems page.

Glossary

Confused by kernel terminology? Look at our KernelGlossary...

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions and answers about kernel development can be found in our FAQ.

Documentation

An effort to organize all the pieces of useful information on the Internet about kernel hacking into a single place can be found at the Documents page.

Please edit our wiki

KernelNewbies is all about sharing knowledge and experience. If you feel inspired or just want to make sure you will remember something you found out, please contribute to this wiki. Thank you.

To prevent wiki spam, only users on this list are allowed to edit the wiki. Any of these users can add new usernames to the list. If you need to be on the list, please ask in #kernelnewbies on irc.oftc.net or on the mailing list.

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last edited 2014-09-02 00:12:49 by SarahSharp