In Linux Kernel, there are multiple layers, modules, functionalities, calls and functions – and to make everything clear, MakeLinux has a cool interactive map of the complete kernel. Here, we are sharing this interactive map of Linux Kernel that has all the components and each item on the map is a hyperlink to the source code and documentation.
This Linux kernel map helps you to understand complex interconnections between subsystems of the kernel while you navigate through its source code. Let’s suppose you are trying to hack down a bug and getting irritated trying to figure out what invokes what – so here the kernel map comes to your rescue.
This is also very helpful if you just want to understand the subsystems. On the map, there are more than 400 prominent functions and functions are divided into major subsystems.
The relationships are shown by the lines and by clicking on any function, you’ll reach to its Linux source code and documentation.
Browse the entire interactive map here on MakeLinux.
For quick reference, take a look at the picture below (click on it to enlarge).
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