Interactive map of Linux

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Interactive map of Linux

Postby v1nsai » Mon Jan 17, 2011 6:27 am UTC

Anyone seen this yet?

I've been having a lot of fun looking at it. Been trying to learn more about the kernel since I started getting into Android modding, this makes me realize how much I still have to learn :-D I've just started at the CPU and worked my way up, I figure it's the closest you can get to the "beginning" of the Linux kernel.

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Re: Interactive map of Linux

Postby ottifant » Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:22 pm UTC

Wow, thats neat!
I feel like the whole site is a great resource, as the map is only a small part and itself pretty impressive. There is a lot more on the kernel and GNU/Linux as well as development, tools...
Well, just have a look =)

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Re: Interactive map of Linux

Postby michel-richard » Mon Mar 21, 2011 7:06 pm UTC

Though the interactive Map seems to be complex but special thing about it is that each important item on the map is also linked to a webpage which gives further details on it.

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