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Re: up to date kernel programming

I never have looked at it, but O'Reilly publishes a book on device
driver programming in linux (ISBN: 1565922921).  Hopefully it would
meet O'Reilly's usually high standards.



On Sun, Apr 01, 2001, Sebastiaan wrote:
> Hi,
> can someone point me to a more upt to date document about writing device
> drivers?
> I read some docs described in Documenteation/kernel-docs.txt, but they are
> obsolete. The given examples do not work and the kernel source is still
> too complex for me.
> I am trying to write a network character device, so you can export this
> devices over the network, just like nbd.
> Thanks in advance,
> Sebastiaan
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Daniel A. Freedman
Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics
Department of Physics
Cornell University

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