the kernel starting point.
October 05, 2010 05:51AM
OK, I have been a lifelong windows programmer and user. I started using the Linux OS as my primary desktop OS a few months ago.

I decided it would be a good time to focu on programming more for linux than windows.
I have downloaded the source code of the Linux kernel. and to avoid me waisting time figuring this out on my own I would like someone to answer me this question.

what is the starting point of the kernel, which file(usually a main.c file)contains the very first line of code executed when the boot-loader starts Linux.

Thanks in advance for any reply.
Re: the kernel starting point.
March 04, 2011 12:33AM
hello there
Re: the kernel starting point.
March 16, 2011 08:57AM
If you are going to browse the Linux source code, LXR ( [] ) will save you hours/days/weeks of time through its searching and cross-referencing features.

Additional source: Concrete Architecture of the Linux Kernel - []

Good Luck :-)

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Re: the kernel starting point.
March 22, 2011 08:50AM
The first thing you need to know is how to compile the kernel.
Re: the kernel starting point.
July 01, 2011 01:23PM
This is really easy to do. I think you should follow the advice above.

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