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Old 03-11-2013, 06:52 AM   #1
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character device driver

i am new to device driver programming and i understood basic things about character driver programming like, creating a simple driver, inserting it and removing it but nw i want to dig further, so expecting some guidance in same field..

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Install the kernel source packages and go out there and look at every single one of them.
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One the best books available for device drivers

read through it and run all the examples given and understand them. That should take you a long way.
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