Re: up to date kernel programming
thank you for your interest, but do not expect too much from it now. It is
the first time I am going to do something like this, so I have no idea how
far I will come. But any help is really appreciated.
Thanks for the books,
On Tue, 3 Apr 2001, christophe barbe wrote:
> I use two books from Oreilly:
> Linux Device Drivers - Alessandro Rubini
> Understanding the linux kernel - Bovet & Cesati
> The first one is a little old nut contains usefull informations.
> The second one is recent and really good. As the title said, it's focussed on the kernel understanding that on the driver development.
> I'm interresting by your ncd .
> On dim, 01 avr 2001 12:39:43 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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