Linux Kernel Module and Device Driver Development


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ZINK, Thomas, 2007. Linux Kernel Module and Device Driver Development

@misc{Zink2007Linux-17597, title={Linux Kernel Module and Device Driver Development}, year={2007}, author={Zink, Thomas} }

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