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❁ [EPUB] ✹ Linux Driver Development for Embedded Processors Second Edition Learn to develop Linux embedded drivers with kernel 49 LTS By Alberto Liberal de los Ríos ➚ – Anglo-saxon.co LINUX DRIVER DEVELOPMENT FOR EMBEDDED PROCESSORS SECOND EDITION The flexibility of embedded Linux the availability of powerful energy efficient processors designed for embedded computing and the low cLINUX DRIVER DEVELOPMENT FOR EMBEDDED PROCESSORS SECOND EDITION The flexibility of embedded Linux the availability of powerful energy efficient processors designed for embedded computing and the low cost of new processors are encouraging many industrial companies to come up with new developments based on embedded processors This book will teach you how to develop device drivers for Device Tree embedded Linux systems You will learn how to write different types of Linux drivers as well as the appropriate Application Program Interfaces APIs and methods to interface with kernel and user spacesThis book is meant to be practical but also provides an important theoretical base Nearly thirty drivers are written and ported to three different processors You can choose between the NXP iMX7D Microchip SAMA5D2 and Broadcom BCM2837 processors to develop and test the drivers whose implementation is described in detail in the practical lab sections of the book Before you start reading I encourage you to acuire one of these processor boards whenever you have access to some GPIOs and at least one SPI and I2C controller One of the boards used to implement the drivers is the famous Raspberry PI 3 Model B boardYou will learn how to develop drivers from the simplest ones that do not interact with any external hardware to drivers that manage different kind of devices accelerometers DACs ADCs RGB LEDs Multi Display LED controllers IO expanders buttons and USB HID devices You will also develop DMA drivers drivers that manage interrupts and drivers that writeread on the internal registers of the processor to control external devices To ease the development of some of these drivers you will use different types of frameworks Miscellaneous framework LED framework UIO framework Input framework and the IIO industrial framework This second edition has been updated to the v49 LTS kernelSince the end of March 2019 a new chapter has been added to the text of the book This is Chapter 13 “Linux USB Device Drivers” This new chapter can be downloaded from the Github of this book In the Chapter 13 you will learn how to create a fully functional USB HID device that will sendreceive data tofrom a Linux USB Host device; several custom Linux USB device drivers will be developed throughout this chapterSince the end of November 2019 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B board using Linux kernel v419 LTS The Raspberry Pi 4 Linux drivers and device tree settings can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the beginning of March 2020 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the NXP iMX 7Dual MCIMX7SABRE board using Linux kernel v419 LTS The NXP iMX 7Dual Linux drivers can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the end of July 2020 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the ST STM32MP1 processor using the Linux kernel v54 LTS The ST STM32MP1 Linux drivers can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the beginning of September 2020 a new lab has been added to the labs of Chapter 11 to reinforce the concepts of creating IIO and GPIO controller drivers This new driver will control the Maxim MAX11300 PIXI device and can be downloaded from the github of the bookNote A Practical Labs Hardware document can be downloaded from the Github of this book This document details all the used hardware in each chapter to develop the lab examples of this book.

LINUX DRIVER DEVELOPMENT FOR EMBEDDED PROCESSORS SECOND EDITION The flexibility of embedded Linux the availability of powerful energy efficient processors designed for embedded computing and the low cost of new processors are encouraging many industrial companies to come up with new developments based on embedded processors This book will teach you how to develop device drivers for Device Tree embedded Linux systems You will learn how to write different types of Linux drivers as well as the appropriate Application Program Interfaces APIs and methods to interface with kernel and user spacesThis book is meant to be practical but also provides an important theoretical base Nearly thirty drivers are written and ported to three different processors You can choose between the NXP iMX7D Microchip SAMA5D2 and Broadcom BCM2837 processors to develop and test the drivers whose implementation is described in detail in the practical lab sections of the book Before you start reading I encourage you to acuire one of these processor boards whenever you have access to some GPIOs and at least one SPI and I2C controller One of the boards used to implement the drivers is the famous Raspberry PI 3 Model B boardYou will learn how to develop drivers from the simplest ones that do not interact with any external hardware to drivers that manage different kind of devices accelerometers DACs ADCs RGB LEDs Multi Display LED controllers IO expanders buttons and USB HID devices You will also develop DMA drivers drivers that manage interrupts and drivers that writeread on the internal registers of the processor to control external devices To ease the development of some of these drivers you will use different types of frameworks Miscellaneous framework LED framework UIO framework Input framework and the IIO industrial framework This second edition has been updated to the v49 LTS kernelSince the end of March 2019 a new chapter has been added to the text of the book This is Chapter 13 “Linux USB Device Drivers” This new chapter can be downloaded from the Github of this book In the Chapter 13 you will learn how to create a fully functional USB HID device that will sendreceive data tofrom a Linux USB Host device; several custom Linux USB device drivers will be developed throughout this chapterSince the end of November 2019 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B board using Linux kernel v419 LTS The Raspberry Pi 4 Linux drivers and device tree settings can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the beginning of March 2020 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the NXP iMX 7Dual MCIMX7SABRE board using Linux kernel v419 LTS The NXP iMX 7Dual Linux drivers can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the end of July 2020 the Linux drivers included in this book have been adapted to run on the ST STM32MP1 processor using the Linux kernel v54 LTS The ST STM32MP1 Linux drivers can be downloaded from the Github of this bookSince the beginning of September 2020 a new lab has been added to the labs of Chapter 11 to reinforce the concepts of creating IIO and GPIO controller drivers This new driver will control the Maxim MAX11300 PIXI device and can be downloaded from the github of the bookNote A Practical Labs Hardware document can be downloaded from the Github of this book This document details all the used hardware in each chapter to develop the lab examples of this book.

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