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SubjectRe: Linux device driver writing
Hello,

For Linux you can use the good and complete "Linux Device Drivers" by
Alessandro Rubini, O'Reilly, 1998. For other flavors of Unix, I am aware only
of old text books of little interest for present systems. Good luck.

Marcus.

Rahul wrote:

> Hi friends,
>
> I am new to this field of writing device drivers. I
> have done my course in Unix/C and presently working
> for a company in india in embedded systems. I am
> looking forward to write some device drivers in
> Linux/Unix/QNX can any one suggest me any good book
> which i can refer for my guidance.
>
> thx for your constant support.
> bye
> rahul
>
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