Linux Kernel API
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The Linux Kernel API is an application programming interface providing a uniform method for device drivers and other low-level software written for the Linux kernel to access system resources and services.
- The Linux Kernel API
- The Linux Kernel API from the Kernelbook project
- Interactive Linux kernel map with main API functions and structures
- Linux Device Drivers, 3rd edition
- Linux Kernel Linked List Explained
- Greg K-H's monkey log explaining why Linux does not have a stable in-kernel interface.
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