Write a real working Linux driver

Write a real, working Linux driver


Will be taught by Greg K-H


This tutorial will teach the you how to write a working Linux kernel driver for a real device. You will be given a device apon the start of the class, and by the end, will have created a kernel driver that controls the device that will be acceptable for inclusion in the main Linux kernel tree.


The device is a USB thermometer and will cost a small amount (2007 price: $30) if you wish to keep the device.


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Items to check to help get the most out of this tutorial: