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This three day course provides substantial practice with the key steps in developing Linux device drivers. The course shows attendees how device drivers work with the Linux kernel, how to compile and load drivers, how to debug drivers, as well as other essential topics. This course acquaints developers with the issues essential for Linux device driver development.
The course progresses through a number of topics. Each topic is presented along with a supporting laboratory exercise before moving on to the next topic. Attendees will spend approximately 50 percent of the class time actually gaining hands-on experience with these topics.
Who Should Attend: The course is designed for software engineers who are new to Linux device drivers. Attendees should have experience with C, be able to perform basic Unix commands, and have some experience with the basic Gnu tools of gcc, gdb, and make.
Course Materials The class materials for this course have been meticlously designed by leading practioners in this area. The workshop materials include a comprehensive student workbook and CD. The workbook contains all of the slides used in the course as well as hands-on lab exercises. The CD contains the lab exercise code as well as a large amount of Linux software.
Writing UNIX Device Drivers – Paperback
Writing UNIX device drivers