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  • Taschenbuch: 349 Seiten
  • Verlag: No Starch Press; Auflage: 1 (30. April 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1593272049
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593272043
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,2 x 23,5 cm
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The author of "Designing BSD Rootkits" (No Starch Press), Joseph Kong works on information security, operating system theory, reverse code engineering, and vulnerability assessment. Kong is a former system administrator for the City of Toronto.


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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Amazon Customer am 13. Juli 2012
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In short, the book is not per­fect, but it is a good book. There is room for improve­ment, but on a very high level. If you want to write a device dri­ver for FreeBSD, this book is a must. I sug­gest to read it com­pletely, even chap­ters which do not belong to the type of dri­ver you want to write (spe­cially the case stud­ies of real dri­vers). The rea­son is that each chap­ter has some notes which may not only apply to the chap­ter in ques­tion, but to all kinds of device dri­vers. The long review fol­lows now.

The first chap­ter is titled 'Build­ing and run­ning mod­ules'. The author begins with descrip­tion of the usual device dri­ver types (NIC dri­ver, pseudo-device, ') and how they can be added to the ker­nel (sta­t­i­cally linked in or as a mod­ule). The first code exam­ple is a small and easy ker­nel mod­ule, so that we do not have to reboot the sys­tem we use to develop a dri­ver (except we make a fault dur­ing dri­ver devel­op­ment which causes the machine to panic or hang). Every part of the exam­ple is well explained. This is fol­lowed by an overview about char­ac­ter devices (e.g. disks) and a sim­ple character-device dri­ver (so far a pseudo-device, as we do not have real hard­ware we access) which is not only as-well explained as the module-example, but there is also a note where the code was sim­pli­fied and what should be done instead.

After read­ing this chap­ter you should be able to write your own ker­nel mod­ule in 5 min­utes (well, after 5 min­utes it will not be able to do a lot'''just a 'hello world''''but at least you can already load/unload/execute some code into/from/in the kernel).
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This book gives interesting insights into the development of drivers for FreeBSD (or for any unix-like system). But it should be noted that knowing C is absolutely necessary to understand it. It is no book for beginners therefore. The writing style is enjoyable but very precise and sometimes a bit dry.
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Recommended! 16. Mai 2012
Von Juergen Lock - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I already have the other book by the same author, Joseph Kong, "Designing BSD Rootkits: An Introduction to Kernel Hacking" and liked it very much, so when I got the chance to get an advance copy of his new book for review, "FreeBSD Device Drivers: A Guide for the Intrepid", I couldn't say no. :)

To make the review more practical, I decided to write a simple driver myself and posted about it and the book on the FreeBSD forums, to find that post follow the WWW: link in the pkg-descr of the comms/uartlirc port (you can also look the port up on freshports.org .)

About the book:

The book introduces you to almost everything you need to know to write many types of drivers, it does this mainly by doing code walkthroughs for several example- and real-world drivers. It obviously cannot cover _everything_ (sound drivers for example are not covered, nor is miibus(4)), but what it covers I'd say should give you enough information to be able to look at manpages and existing drivers for missing details. 100% recommended!
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The inside of the insides 4. Mai 2012
Von George V. Neville-Neil - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Most programmers consider device drivers the darkest of the dark computer arts, but to write a good device driver what's needed is a decent template and some good documentation. The FreeBSD Operating Systems has plenty of templates, in the form of already working drivers, and with the publication of Joseph Kong's latest book, _FreeBSD Device Drivers_, now there is good documentation as well.

The book takes the reader from the simplest types of drivers, such as those used to do serial communication, up through disk, usb and network drivers, which are far more complex and require the programmer to have a greater understanding about the operating system in which they're working. The introductory chapters give enough of the required background information for writing a driver, covering areas such as memory allocation, and synchronization primitives, without preventing the reader from, very quickly, getting down to working on real code.

One of the beauties of this book is that it covers running code in a real world operating system, making it far more relevant for both students and working programmers. Many books on programming create neat and easy problems that the authors think will take the reader through the necessary steps to understanding a concept, but this book doesn't shy away from the nitty gritty details of low level code.

The book has an easy to read, narrative style which makes reading it an enjoyable experience, a seeming rarity in technical books.

I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants to truly understand what goes on, under the hood, in an operating system.
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Great book for professionals stepping into device drivers 17. Mai 2012
Von John Hilliar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Just before this book was released, I recently started a FreeBSD device driver project. I started out by searching the web for all related documentation and tutorials. I found myself trying to piece together dozens of different sources, most of which were too simplistic, narrowly focused, or outdated. Save yourself the time and frustration; start by buying this book. It is a well organized guide for learning to write device drivers and will get you productive much faster than scouring the web.
A great book to better explain FreeBSD 6. Juni 2012
Von Philip Ballew - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I started this boos a novice FreeBSD user, however after having have read this book I now understand What is going on under the hood of my BSD system, This book has allowed me to understand the technical process taking place in the kernel that you are not always aware of, even when running a BSD system. The book is very well laid out in the way that it conveys the complicated topic at hand. The author truly knows his stuff because he explains it so simply, yet makes you understand on a complected level. In order for an individual to explain a complicated topic simply they must truly understand what is taking place. This book explains everything from Memory access, modules, to network drivers. This book is great for getting people to understand what a driver is to how to make and edit a actual driver itself! I will be handing this book out to every person I know who also uses FreeBSD because I feel it truly helps you understand how to take full control of your computer and make the computer work for you. This book will be by my side every time I work with any FreeBSD drivers.
A great reference for sysadmins and developers 18. Mai 2013
Von trhodes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the type of book every Unix developer or systems administrator should own. Don't let the title fool you, while this is definitely a FreeBSD-heavy book, the methodology and examples would be useful to any aspiring kernel developer or systems administrator. Using real world examples, with informative, in depth explanations on what is happening "under the hood," Joseph Kong's book will walk the reader through every aspect of writing a drivers for a variety of hardware. As a systems administrator of FreeBSD, Linux, and Solaris systems, I have found this book to be an asset and am really happy I put it on my technical references shelf and feel confident any system administrator or kernel developer will feel the same way.
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