The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide
by Peter Jay Salzman
Publisher: CreateSpace 2001
Number of pages: 82
An excellent guide for anyone wishing to get started on kernel module programming. The author takes a hands-on approach starting with writing a small "hello, world" program, and quickly moves from there. Far from a boring text on programming, Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide has a lively style that entertains while it educates.
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