Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition

Author: Jonathan Corbet, Alessandro Rubini, Greg Kroah-Hartman
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by the_gnarts   2019-07-21

> Wow, that's really great. Where do you even start to learn to program this kind of thing? Like accessing hardware

This: should cover most of it.

by redsox44344   2019-07-21

This is the one I have:

by anonymous   2017-09-05
sure, in my opinion these 3 books are essential, ["Linux Kernel Development", Robert Love](, ["Linux Device Drivers", Jonathan Corbet]( and ["Understanding the Linux Kernel", Daniel P. Bovet]( In addition, read and _understand_ the code. Make use of [LXR](
by thelsdj   2017-08-20

I had previously bought these books on recommendation for the same purpose but I never got to studying them myself so only take them as second-hand advice.

by dp   2017-08-20

For Windows drivers also see this blog:

For Linux based development, two good books come to mind: Linux Device Drivers and Linux Kernel Development. The Linux Device Drivers book can be a bit daunting so a good introduction to the Kernel is a useful starting point.