The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide

Da Guide@Debianizzati.Org.

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  1. Prefazione
  2. Introduzione
  3. Ciao Mondo
  4. Fasi preliminari
  5. Comportamento dei driver dei device
  6. Il filesystem /proc
  7. Usare /proc per l'input
  8. Comunicare con i file dei device
  9. Chiamate di sistema
  10. Bloccare i processi
  11. Rimpiazzare printk
  12. Pianificare compiti
  13. I gestori degli interrupt
  14. Multi-processing simmetrico
  15. Insidie comuni
  16. Appendice A
  17. Appendice B
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