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Writing a “Hello World” Device Driver for kernel 2.6 using Eclipse
Goal I am trying to write a simple device driver on Ubuntu. I want to do this using Eclipse (or a better IDE that is suitable for driver programming). Here is the code: #include ...
Sep 30 '11 at 23:36
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