Kernel Korner

This month, we inaugurate a new column which will cover the Linux kernel. Material presented in this column will be used to further the Linux Kernal Hacker's Guide.
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Typo on port hardware description

Peter Fales's picture

There is typo in the description of the parallel port hardware. It says that if the base port is at 0x378, the status port is one higher at 0x379 and the control port is one higher than that at 0x380. 0x378+2 is actually 0x37A.

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