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Old 02-24-2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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tutorial - modules - slackware 9.1

please say someone has a tutorial that gives a noob approach to creating modules. i have been on linux for 2 weeks. i have been using slackware just as long. i want a very detailed but not confusing tutorial. does anyone have this on a server just waiting for someone to read?
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have a read here.

good luck.
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You should also take a look the Documentation in your kernel source directory, interesting reading there.........
5+ megs of text files and good info.
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If you google for linux module programming this one will pop up like crazy

The information on it is somewhat outdated, like using proc_fs, but you can get updated information if you search around. Also, has quite a few valuable resources but their server is offline at the moment.


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