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For readers, I suggest to stay at this book. Essential Linux Device Drivers. Though some chapters can clearly stand alone. One person found this helpful. 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.

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Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions Showing of 32 reviews. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Got something to add? We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. And so far, it’s gone over everything I’m looking for in pretty darn good details. Simpler ideas are presented first, building onto them later. It then prrentice on to essentiwl 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.