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About the author:
Jerry Cooperstein has been working with computers since 1969. He has a PhD in theoretical nuclear astrophysics, and has been using Linux since 1994. He has done many Linux engineering projects both at the application and kernel level and since 1998 has been developing and teaching courses on Linux Device Drivers, Kernel Internals and Systems Programming.
Writing Linux Device Drivers: Lab Solutions
a guide with exercises
Dr Jerry Cooperstein
This is a companion volume to Writing Linux Device Drivers, a guide with exercises, by Jerry Cooperstein, pub. 2009. While the solutions to the exercises in that volume can be obtained from http://www.coopj.com/LDD, requests for printed copies of the solutions have been encountered.
There is no exposition here, only the statement of the exercises and then the actual code and necessary
Writing Linux Device Drivers is designed to show experienced programmers how to develop device drivers for Linux systems, and give them a basic understanding and familiarity with the Linux kernel. The purpose is to get you into coding as quickly as possible.
Each section has exercises, most of which involve writing code, designed to help you gain familiarity with programming for the Linux kernel.
- Publication Date:
- 1449531245 / 9781449531249
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 7.44" x 9.69"
- Black and White
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- Computers / Software Development & Engineering / General