[Lkw] lectura recomendada
Rodrigo Alejandro Melo
rodrigomelo9 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 11:49:15 EDT 2023
Ok, I got it. Thanks
El lun, 11 sept 2023 a las 12:12, Javier Jorge (<javierbrk at gmail.com>)
> The idea is to get the students a little more up to speed, so that we
> might be more productive. The book is fairly outdated (many interfaces
> changed) the best documentation is the kernel itself, but most of the
> concepts explained are still in use.
> Ing. Javier Alejandro Jorge
> On Mon, 11 Sept 2023 at 08:18, Rodrigo Alejandro Melo <
> rodrigomelo9 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Already downloaded and I'm reading it, thanks!
>> I have had this book in my TODO for a while, but concerned about the fact
>> is based on Kernels 2.6. Is updated enough? Is the most updated
>> alternative? Other chapters are not particularly useful for this workshop
>> or are those not valid anymore with the current 6.5 Kernel?
>> El vie, 8 sept 2023 a las 23:42, Javier Alejandro JORGE (<
>> javier.jorge at unc.edu.ar>) escribió:
>>> *Recuerde que es necesario leer varios capítulos antes del taller. Esto
>>> nos permitirá a todos sacar el mayor provecho del mismo. *
>>> *https://lwn.net/Kernel/LDD3/ <https://lwn.net/Kernel/LDD3/>*
>>> *Los capítulos mas interesantes son *
>>> * Chapter 2: Building and Running Modules Chapter 9: Communicating with
>>> Hardware Chapter 10: Interrupt Handling Chapter 12: PCI Drivers*
>>> * and for anyone not bored yet*
>>> * Chapter 15: Memory Mapping and DMA*
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