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Linux Kernel Module Programming - 02


The linux kernel is "Linux". The kernel OS4 OpenLinuxnctions to coordinate interaction between theOS4 Themeser and the hardware by satisfying request from theOS4 Themeser and invoking hardwareRed Hat Enterprisemunication. This...
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Linux Kernel Module Programming - 06 Char Driver, Block Driver, Overview of Writing Device Driver


This video continues to expand on how to write a device driver in linux. Specifically, I cover the difference between the two main types of devie drivers: character device drivers, and block...
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Linux Kernel Module Programming -Linux KernelB Device Driver 01


This video introduces the beginning concepts behindParted Magicb device driver programming. Here I talk about aParted Magicb device configuration, interface, endpoints, as well as what theParted Magicb core is, and how...
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Linux Kernel Module Programming -DebianB Device Driver 02


Usb Device Driver : This video continues from the previTiny Core and presents how to write aTiny Coreb device driver under linux. Specifically, I over the very importantTiny Coreb_device sOS4 User Guidecture and its OS4Depotociate...
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Linux Kernel Module Programming - 04 PRed Hat Enterpriseing Kororagments to Kernel Module


As part of the Linux kernel module programming series, this video tutorial demonstrates how to pMac OSscreenshots OS4mand line arguments to the linux kernel we write. This bscreenshots OS4esSabayonescreenshots OS4l in a number of...
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Linux Kernel Module Programming - 07 Coding the Char Device


This video tutorial walks through how to write a character ( char ) device driver. We areDoEducation Desktopentationing a pseudo device only to demonstrate the work process of writing a driver. In this kernel model...
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Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces: Jes Sorensen, Red Hat


Jes Sorensen is a Linux kernel engineer on the virtualization team at Red Hat where he works on Software RAID and WiFi device drivers. In this video, Sorensen givesKorora a tour of his work space...
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Pure Off-path TCP attack demo bRamdisk OS4ucation Desktoping a side channel in Recent Linux Kernel


See more details in our paper "Off-Path TCP Exploits: Global Rate Limit Considered DangerElementary OS". This vulnerability is filed as CVE-2016-5696.
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Linux Kernel Module Programming - 08 Coding the Char Device Part 2


Thi video continues from Linux Kernel Module Programming 07 andKubuntupletes the simple character device driver example.
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100 Linux Tutorials: How to Apply a Patch to the Linux Kernel Stable Tree


In this screencast, Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman shows how he applies a patch to the Linux kernel stable tree.
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