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An Introduction to Device Drivers

  • The Role of the Device Driver
  • Splitting the Kernel
  • Classes of Devices and Modules
  • Version Numbering
  • License Terms
  • Joining the Kernel Development Community

Building and Running Modules

  • Setting Up Your Test System
  • The Hello World Module
  • Kernel Modules Versus Applications
  • Compiling and Loading
  • The Kernel Symbol Table
  • Module Parameters

Char Drivers

  • The Design of scull
  • Major and Minor Numbers
  • Some Important Data Structures
  • Char Device Registration
  • open and release
  • scull's Memory Usage
  • read and write
  • Playing with the New Devices

Concurrency and Race Conditions

  • Pitfalls in scull
  • Concurrency and Its Management
  • Semaphores and Mutexes
  • Completions
  • Spinlocks

Advanced Char Driver Operations

  • ioctl
  • Blocking I/O
  • poll and select
  • Asynchronous Notification
  • Seeking a Device
  • Access Control on a Device File

Time, Delays, and Deferred Work

  • Measuring Time Lapses
  • Knowing the Current Time
  • Delaying Execution
  • Kernel Timers
  • Tasklets
  • Work queues

Communicating with Hardware

  • I/O Ports and I/O Memory
  • Using I/O Ports
  • An I/O Port Example
  • Using I/O Memory

Interrupt Handling

  • Installing an Interrupt Handler
  • Implementing a Handler
  • Top and Bottom Halves
  • Interrupt Sharing
  • Interrupt-Driven I/O

A parallel port driver

  • Preparing your System
  • Setting up Parallel I/O in your module
  • Interrupt Handler

Project

  • Project 1: Led Blinking using PC parallel port interface
  • Project 2: 16*2 alphanumerical LCD display system using PC parallel port interface
  • Project 3: 14 segment display using PC parallel port interface
  • Project 4: Stepper Motor control using PC parallel port interface
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