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Title: Linux Device Driver Training | Embedded Linux Device Driver training

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Linux Device Driver Training Introduction
  • LINUX DEVICE DRIVER TRAINING Course is all about
    how to develop device drivers for linux, how
    device drivers work with the Linux kernel, how to
    compile and load drivers, how to debug drivers,
    as well as other essential topics. LINUX DEVICE
    DRIVER TRAINING course is designed for software
    engineers who are new to Linux device drivers.
    Attendees should have experience with C, be able
    to perform basic Unix commands, and have some
    experience with the basic Gnu tools of gcc, gdb,
    and make. 
  • Embedded Linux Device Driver training helps in
    understanding of the essentials of Linux device
    drivers, purpose and functionality of device
    drivers and how Compiling and linking device
    drivers does is processed. Register today at the
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Prerequisites of Linux Device Driver Training
  • Familiarity with Basic Linux Kernel
  • Understanding of C language.
  • Knowledge of how to write kernel program.
  • Understanding of basic utilities of Linux
    operating system e.g insmod, rmmod, dmesg etc.
  • Understanding of Linux kernel internals.
  • And obviously you should know about your device.
    Understand its specification. Learn to read and
    understand datasheet of the device. It will help
    to write efficient device driver code.

Differences between Kernel Modules and User
  • Kernel modules have separate address space.A
    module runs in kernel space. An application runs
    in user space. System software is protected from
    user programs. Kernel space and user space have
    their own memory address spaces.
  • Kernel modules have higher execution
    privilege.Code that runs in kernel space has
    greater privilege than code that runs in user
  • Kernel modules do not execute sequentially.A user
    program typically executes sequentially and
    performs a single task from beginning to end. A
    kernel module does not execute sequentially. A
    kernel module registers itself in order to serve
    future requests.
  • Kernel modules use different header files.Kernel
    modules require a different set of header files
    than user programs require.

Learn Kernel space and User space in Linux Device
Driver Training
  • Do I have your attention? Kernel space is where
    the operating system runs and provides services.
    User space is where user processes run. What is a
    process? A process is a performance instance of a
    program. One of the roles of the Kernel is to
    direct individual user processes within this
    space and to stop them from interfering with each
  • Note that the device driver runs in kernel space
    and not in user space. All applications run in
    user space but not in kernel space. Every device
    driver programmer should remember these points.

Conclusion of Embedded Linux Device Driver
  • Whats the bottom line? Linux also supports
    multiple file system types that are different
    ways of organizing data on the physical medium.
    For example, disks may be formatted with the
    Linux standard ext3 file system or the commonly
    used FAT file system or several others. The
    various parts of the kernel interact with the
    memory management subsystem all the way through a
    set of function calls, ranging from the simple
    malloc/free pair to much more complex
    functionalities. There are lots of opportunities
    in the market for Embedded Linux Device Driver
    training. So what are you waiting for? Come be
    part of Linux and utilize the services it
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