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The book is solid. I mentally place it up there with "Advanced programming in the UNIX Environment" by Richard Stevens. (Also I recommend all his books, just incredible wealth of information)

Not a fan of these notes, but that's highly subjective - maybe someone will find them useful.

I got the most of this book by reading it simultaneously with "Linux Kernel Development" (also by Robert Love). Yes, it is somewhat outdated, but still worth the read IMO.

Sometimes I wish I worked on the kernel or something low level near it :) but sadly, high-level languages are paying my bills.




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