Internet websites running the Linux Cross Reference engine. Great for browsing the kernel sources!
LXR (Linux Cross Reference) is a great source indexing tool, particularly useful for big projects like the Linux kernel.
Here are Internet sites that make it easy to explore the Linux sources thanks to the LXR engine:
The original site running LXR on Linux sources.
Free Electrons’ LXR site, up and running for years!
- Missing Link Electronics
Also supporting U-boot, BusyBox and QEMU
- Tomoyo LXR
From the Tomoyo Linux project.
Please let us know if you know about other LXR sites!
You can also browse Linus Torvalds’ GIT tree.
For browsing documentation included in the kernel sources, you may prefer our kernel documentation pages, in which DocBook files have been converted to HTML.