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 Writing device drivers in Linux: A brief tutorial

Learn the basics of writing a Linux device driver.

"The kernel offers several subroutines or functions in user space, which allow the end-user application programmer to interact with the hardware. Usually, in UNIX or Linux systems, this dialogue is performed through functions or subroutines in order to read and write files. The reason for this is that in Unix devices are seen, from the point of view of the user, as files."
Writing device drivers in Linux: A brief tutorial

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Apr 27, 2006 )

  


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