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Essential Linux Device Drivers by Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran. Publisher: Prentice Hall. Pub Date: March 27, Print ISBN Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran, Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series, ISBN , pages. This book does a. Essential Linux Device Drivers by Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran, , date 16 Apr ; Publisher Pearson Education (US); Imprint Prentice Hall.

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Learning to write Linux device drivers

It then goes on to discuss kernel locks, briefly looks at procfs and memory allocation, and closes as each chapter does with pointers to where to look in the source for the subjects discussed.

He was a Contributing Editor and kernel columnist for Linux Magazine for more than two years. For example, misc drivers. Write a customer review. Got something to add? Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.

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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Throughout the text are references both backward and forward to items complementary to what’s being discussed, as well as refresher notes on underlying items previously covered. If you are a Linux Kernel analyst, you can venkatesawran no better than purchase this.

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Not only are the common desktop drivers covered, but the book delves into the embedded realm covering touch, LCD, wireless, and SPI, I2C, etc interfaces.

Essential Linux Device Drivers

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Please try again later. About Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran has spent more than a decade working in IBM product development laboratories. You simply have to make assumptions about the readers knowledge – if you don’t, you’ll be writing an encyclopedia or two.

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ELDD has it almost all. Showing of 32 reviews. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. This book is neither useful to the beginner nor the experienced driver writer. The Best Books of Read reviews that mention device drivers linux device device driver linux kernel source code driver development software engineer really good driver code embedded linux second edition source tree code examples good job book covers writing drivers write any device linux device driver book is really good book.

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Regular readers here know that I have been very disappointed with most Linux kernel and device driver books. We will be in space. And so far, it’s gone over everything I’m looking for in pretty darn good details. If you’re a newbie Linux Kernel Techie or someone who thinks they already know everything Develop customized drivers for embedded Linux.

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The chapter progression is logical. The reason I like this book over the other books is that it references code and tells you were in the source tree to find it. Essential Linux Device Drivers is for any programmer with a working knowledge of operating systems and C, including programmers who have never cevice drivers before. Well, that’s not entirely true: Unleash the full potential of Embedded Linux with Linux 4.

Critics about this book is usually about the too simple examples and too brief about some details.