Linux Driver Development for Embedded Processors

I don’t normally cover books here, but I’m making an exception for this gem of a book. Linux Driver Development for Embedded Processors has so much to offer any developer or enthusiast working on Linux based systems and devices.

De Los Rios, a Field Application Engineer at Arrow Electronics, has harnessed over 15 years of experience in the field of embedded systems to create this in-depth and comprehensive guide to building Linux drivers for Device Tree Linux embedded systems. This guide fits perfectly between a “Linux for Dummies” basic guide and the expert level guide – providing the reader with an accessible step-by-step read that can be enjoyed by beginners and experts alike.

I’m sure most of you out there will appreciate this guide, and as an added bonus for the SolidRun community – De Los Rios has based the examples in his book on our very own HummingBoard i.MX6-based SBC.

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For a practical guide to writing device drivers, this book does an outstanding job. […] This text bridges the gap between entry-level Derek Molloy books and many of the advanced books already available.

I loved the book, I work at NXP and it was very useful. The theory is clear, and it is full of examples which are very illustrative.

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