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Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® Kernel Device Drivers (RHD362) teaches experienced C programmers already familiar with the Linux kernel architecture the skills and strategies they need to develop device drivers.The course covers device driver models (including character, block, and network device drivers); device interaction (including port I/O, memory mapped I/O, interrupt handling, and DMA transfers); managing PCI and USB devices; strategies for deferring activity using tasklets and work queues; device registration using the Unified Device model and the sysfs filesystem; and process interaction, including basic file operations, polling, and wait queues.
Introduction and Review of Kernel Programming
Unified Device Model
Advanced File Operations
Interacting With Devices
Direct Memory Access
Introduction to Network Device Drivers
Introduction to Block Device Drivers
Experienced C programmers with a good understanding of the Linux kernel who want to learn how to develop device drivers for Linux systems.
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