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Dear all,

  I would like to try to write device driver for Solaris 2.6 Intel platform edition, can anyone suggest me a good book about this kind of information?


Thanks a lot!

Benson
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"Writing Device Drivers" is part of the standard Solaris documentation kit available on both CD and hard copy.
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Would you tell me more about the book?

e.g.  Publishing Company, Author
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Well, there is no author because it is part of the documentation set. The publishing company is Sun Press. In the unlikely situation if you do not have access to Solaris documentation, neither hard copy nor CD format, go to docs.sun.com and find what you need.
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