Did some Linux related reading:
p.s. Linux has just bumped to major version 6!
This is great: cheat.sh. It’s a web accessible cheatsheet for Linux commands.
See What is creating the generated/autoconf.h? for tips on how to generate autoconf.h for the Linux sources.
gunzip < /proc/config.gz > .config
cat /boot/config-$(uname -r) > .config
Found an article about the implementation of read-copy update locks in Linux: RCU and Unloadable Modules.
If you want to get a simple report on your linux system’s specifications, try these:
Today I reviewed: 5 Best Vector Graphics Editors for Linux. Will play with Inkscape first I guess…
Today I found myself referring to: File types In Linux/Unix explained in detail. Basically:
Also apparently there is a thing called a Door File on Solaris, but, alas, we’re not caring about that.
This is an excellent article, I only wish I had time to read it: So you want to build an embedded Linux system?.
This is great: Linux x86 Program Start Up.
This was fun: An Interview With Linus Torvalds: Linux and Git. I will check back next week for the second part!