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Based on kernel version 4.16.1. Page generated on 2018-04-09 11:52 EST.

1	The Linux kernel user's and administrator's guide
2	=================================================
3	
4	The following is a collection of user-oriented documents that have been
5	added to the kernel over time.  There is, as yet, little overall order or
6	organization here — this material was not written to be a single, coherent
7	document!  With luck things will improve quickly over time.
8	
9	This initial section contains overall information, including the README
10	file describing the kernel as a whole, documentation on kernel parameters,
11	etc.
12	
13	.. toctree::
14	   :maxdepth: 1
15	
16	   README
17	   kernel-parameters
18	   devices
19	
20	Here is a set of documents aimed at users who are trying to track down
21	problems and bugs in particular.
22	
23	.. toctree::
24	   :maxdepth: 1
25	
26	   reporting-bugs
27	   security-bugs
28	   bug-hunting
29	   bug-bisect
30	   tainted-kernels
31	   ramoops
32	   dynamic-debug-howto
33	   init
34	
35	This is the beginning of a section with information of interest to
36	application developers.  Documents covering various aspects of the kernel
37	ABI will be found here.
38	
39	.. toctree::
40	   :maxdepth: 1
41	
42	   sysfs-rules
43	
44	The rest of this manual consists of various unordered guides on how to
45	configure specific aspects of kernel behavior to your liking.
46	
47	.. toctree::
48	   :maxdepth: 1
49	
50	   initrd
51	   serial-console
52	   braille-console
53	   parport
54	   md
55	   module-signing
56	   sysrq
57	   unicode
58	   vga-softcursor
59	   binfmt-misc
60	   mono
61	   java
62	   ras
63	   pm/index
64	   thunderbolt
65	   LSM/index
66	
67	.. only::  subproject and html
68	
69	   Indices
70	   =======
71	
72	   * :ref:`genindex`
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