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Where can I find any information about writing network
drivers for Linux
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First of all, there is the kernel code itself. Look at the code for existing drivers to find out how to interface with the kernel. Also read the files in the Documentation/net directory.
Then there's the Kernel Hacker's Guide. It's at http://www.redhat.com:8080/HyperNews/get/khg.html
(It even has a section on

Most importantly, you should have all the documentation on your network card.
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