"Writing a SCSI Device Driver of Linux" manuscript

"Writing a SCSI Device Driver of Linux" manuscript

Post by Rik Fai » Thu, 10 Jun 1993 20:36:19



|> My paper, entitled "Writing a SCSI Device Driver for Linux," is now
|> available for ftp.  The tar file contains TeX source along with .dvi and
|> .ps output.
|>
|> This paper presents an overview of how to write a low-level SCSI device
|> driver for Linux, including a brief introduction to the SCSI standard.

The cannonical paper will be at: ftp.cs.unc.edu:/pub/faith/Papers
Copies will be at: sunsite.unc.edu and tsx-11.mit.edu

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1. "Writing a SCSI Device Driver of Linux" manuscript

My paper, entitled "Writing a SCSI Device Driver for Linux," is now
available for ftp.  The tar file contains TeX source along with .dvi and
.ps output.

This paper presents an overview of how to write a low-level SCSI device
driver for Linux, including a brief introduction to the SCSI standard.

IAFA information is shown below:

Document-Name:      scsi.paper.tar.gz
Title:              Writing a SCSI Device Driver for Linux

Revision-Date:      Mon Jun 7 21:30:37 1993
Category:           Technical Report
Abstract:           How to write a low-level SCSI device driver for Linux.
Format:             .tex, .dvi, .ps
Citation:           Faith, Rickard E. "Writing a SCSI Device Driver for
                    Linux." Unpublished manuscript, 7 June 1993.
Publication-Status: Unpublished
Keywords:           Linux, SCSI, device drivers, kernel hacking
Size:               24 pages

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