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Linux Device Drivers: A Unix-compatible operating system for the personalcomputer (Classique Us) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Alessandro Rubini , Jonathan Corbet


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16. Juli 2001 Classique Us
This text is aimed at anyone who wants to support computer peripherals under the Linux operating system or who wants to develop new hardware and run it under Linux. As the fastest-growing segment of the Unix market, Linux is winning over enthusiastic adherents in many application areas, and is being viewed more and more as a good platform for embedded systems. "Linux Device Drivers" shows how to write drivers for a wide range of devices. Drivers for character devices, block devices, and network interfaces are all described in step-by-step form and are illustrated with full-featured examples that show driver design issues and can be executed without special hardware. Major changes in the second edition include support for symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), Universal Service Bus (USB), and some new platforms. For those who are curious about how an operating system does its job, this book provides insights into address spaces, asynchronous events, and I/O. Portability is a major concern in the text. The book is centered on kernel version 2.4, but includes information for kernels back to 2.0 where feasible. It also shows how to maximize portability among hardware platforms; examples were tested on IA32 (PC) and IA64, PowerPC, SPARC and SPARC64, Alpha, ARM, and MIPS.

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Updated to cover version 2.4.x of the Linux kernel, the second edition of Linux Device Drivers remains the best general-purpose, paper-bound guide for programmers wishing to make hardware devices work under the world's most popular open-source operating system. The authors take care to show how to write drivers that are portable--that is, that compile and run under all popular Linux platforms. That, along with the fact that they're careful to explain and illustrate concepts, makes this book very well suited to any programmer familiar with C but not with the hardware-software interface. It's worth noting that the emphasis in the title is on "device drivers" as much as "Linux." This book will make sense to you if you've never written a driver for any platform before. It helps if you have some Linux or Unix background, but even that is secondary as a prerequisite to C skill.

For a programming text--and one concerned with low-level instructions and data structures, at that--this book is remarkably rich in prose. You'll typically want to read this book straight through, more or less skipping the code samples, before sketching out your plan for the driver you need to write. Then, go back and pay closer attention to the sections on specific details you need to implement, like custom task queues. For coding-time details about specific system calls and programming techniques, count on the index to point you to the right passages. --David Wall

Topics covered: Techniques for writing hardware device drivers that run under Linux kernels 2.0.x through 2.2.x. Sections show how to manage memory, time, interrupts, ports, and other details of the hardware-software interface.

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'Quite simply, It's an inspiration for anyone interested in pushing contemporary computer hardware and GNU/Linux to the limit'. Linux User, October 2001

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29 von 29 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen great book for the right person 20. Februar 2005
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I used this book to write a device driver for my computer engineering senior project. It was very helpfull, but could improve. 2nd edition covers almost everything you'll need for 2.4 kernel drivers. Organization is like a text book that includes reference material, but attempts to be a tutorial. Hopefully the 3rd edition will be better organized. I noticed lots of negative reviews on Amazon, but after reading some chapters on safari (the oreilly free book site) I decided to purchase it any ways. If you buy this book and don't have a solid background in operating systems, computer architecture, and microprocessor interfacing you probably won't have an easy time understanding several key topics well enough to write a working driver. This will probably make you mad enough to write another bad review.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen OK reference. Bad tutorial ... 11. September 2002
Von "irvine_dude" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Before starting let me assure you that I had written SCSI drivers for SVR4 and 4.2. I had also done some proprietary drivers for *BSDs earlier during undergrad/grad years.
After reading all the reviews and all the ravings about this book, I made the mistake of spending my money on it! Alas! What a waste. Its like one gigantic piece of mish-mash-mess. All the information might be in there (who knows). But, finding out the correct info is almost impossible! The scull driver is a joke.
Another irritating thing about the book is that it attempts to throw all sorts of info at you, all at the same time! Guys, take a break. Present information, one at a time, and only when needed.
Essentially, I was trying to write a driver to read information off my Nikon F100 onto my TP600 running Mandrake 8.0. And life was miserable till I finally started digging through some other driver code that you get with the kernel sources. Gosh, that made life so simple.
But, when I first read this book, I was almost ready to give up writing Linux drivers. I didn't know where to start and where I would end up! I was lost, confused, and felt utterly hopeless.
Also, I wondered if the other guys who had raved about this book were:
1. the authors and their friends?
2. guys who had no clue what they were talking/writing about?
3. guys who were happy to see that there was a book on Linux drivers, but neither bought nor read it!
So, don't trust these reviews. This is one heck of a horrible book that you should most definitely stay away from. Cause if you read, you would never be able to write any useful drivers.
Read the source.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good general, if rather intel specific, guide 7. Januar 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a good book - and I joined the Linux kernel immortals by writing a driver for a previously unsupported device based on it. But it does have a few flaws.
Firstly, it is pretty much Intel (ix86) specific - other processors are mentioned in passing.
Secondly it doesn't deal with the real world of Linux devices (ie where the manufacturer has told you little or nothing).
And thirdly, it never quite goes far enough in exploring the difficult issues - I thought this was the case with IRQ handling especially.
But, all in all, the best on offer and well worth buying.
5 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book choice for anyone trying to do device support 16. August 2001
Von Frank Earl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you're looking for a good overview/reference for making device drivers happen on Linux, this book is a must-have. It covers most of the pertinent topics (incl. handling cross-platform support details) and covers them with a view on the 2.4.X kernels- whlie explaining the old functionalities all the way back to the 2.0.X kernels to enable you to write backwards compatible drivers if you so desire.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Nice Try 10. März 2013
Von F. Peralta - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This work is a great introduction to device drivers. Unfortunately, it was obsolete before it go to press... For beginners, check out Xinu, by Doug Comer. For veterans, check online for the latest... and always "use the source".
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