Writing Device Drivers: Tutorial and Reference
By: Tim Burke(Author) etc.(Author) Mark A. Parenti(Author) Al Wotjas(Author)&1more
For users of the DEC OSF/1 operating system as well as for systems engineers interested in writing UNIX-based drivers, this book discusses how to write device drivers for computer systems running the DEC OSF/1 operating systems. A disk is also supplied. By following the task-oriented approach, the reader should acquire the skills necessry to write OSF-based device drivers. Mastery of the concepts and examples presented in this book provides a fundamental background for writing a variety of device drivers, including disk and tape controllers, and more specialized drivers, such as array processors. The book also features information on OSF-based kernal interfaces, and source code listings for the driver examples are supplied on the disk. a glossary of device driver-related terms is also included.
||Writing Device Drivers: Tutorial and Reference
||Tim Burke(Author) etc.(Author) Mark A. Parenti(Author) Al Wotjas(Author)&1more
||Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd (31 May 1995)
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