I'm in a similar situation, I started kernel hacking a couple of weeks
ago. I'm not much of a C programmer, and I've found the
kernelnewbies.org/FAQ section useful, particularly
kernelnewbies.org/FAQ/WhereDoIBegin That page describes lots of useful
things you can do just by compiling and running the kernel. I've
already submitted my first bug, a small thing in a makefile that kept
the -mm branch from compiling!
On 6/2/09, hiren panchasara <hire...@gmail.com> wrote:
I want to start working on kernel development and as per everyone's
guidance I am starting with Janitor project. I am not able to
understand the TODO list on the janitor project site.
It would be great if someone can explain me how to get started and
actually work on something.