An introduction to block device drivers

Last month, we inaugurated a column on Linux kernel programming with an article on how to write Linux device drivers without doing any kernel programming. This month we touch the kernel as we explore block device drivers.
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page 3?

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This article has 3 pages, but it seems to end on page 2, because page 3 is empty.

Useful for a newbie

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hi...
its really useful for a newbie entering into a block device driver, I am a just a beginner of it.. looking some more information regarding block driver in this forum.. thanks for the article..

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