Offers practical, hands-on guidance in developing your own device drives. Clearly demonstrates how to write device drivers for adding disk drives, printers, magnetic tapes and other peripherals to your Unix system. Presents procedures for developing and testing new device drivers including how to select a convenient working directory; use make-files; preserve and boot alternative kernal versions; debug driver code and much more. Packed with examples which illustrate each operation in practice.
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