Amazon.com: Linux TCP/IP Networking for Embedded Systems (9781584504818): Thomas Herbert: Books
Does anyone here have this book? I'm seriously considering buying it, although some of the reviews on Amazon have me a _little_ worried. I just want a good primer that's fairly advanced, but still introductory. I need it to cover TCP, IPv4 and IPv6 for 2.6.* kernels, and deal with the kernel internals (not application programming) - and this book advertises exactly that.
The reviews point out several technical errors in the book. Unless they're REALLY bad that isn't a deal breaker for me, especially since I can't find a book that is sufficiently general and sufficiently detailed for what I want. So does anyone here have any comments on this book? Or any recommendations for others? I didn't see anything else on Amazon, and I respect your opinions more than a random review on Amazon.
I'm also considering this book, but although I think it'd be nice to understand the kernel as a whole from a high-level (and I hear this book is good for that), I'm really more interested in detailed networking details at this point.