Contributed by jose on from the option-LKM dept.
"Recently I have been increasingly interested in OS level programming. Since I love OpenBSD, I figured it would be a good place to start. I am very interested in the support for LKMs as this will allow me to ease into kernel level programming without taking all that time for recompiles. However, the struggle to find up to date documentation is daunting and can be discouraging. Have any of you played with OpenBSD LKMs in 3.0/3.1/-current? What resources are there for people interested in learning about the OpenBSD kernel? I have taken theoretical classes on OS design, but implementation is another ball gaem. Yes there is manAs Art recently said , fix something that you'd like to have working, that's the best way to learn.
and /usr/src.. but what other avenues are there? "
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