Lowlevel programming book

Discussion in 'Programming/Scripts' started by PeterW, Mar 2, 2020.

  1. PeterW

    PeterW New Member

    Hi, Linux users and fans,
    I am looking for a book about Linux/Unix specific lowlevel programming in C or C++, like communicating with drivers, access disk directly without file system. Maybe lowlevel graphics output (like framebuffer for example).

    (a) Not about network. So no "hacking book", please.
    (b) There are a lot of cool books out there, but I know how to open a file in C, I know how to write to a file, use strings, variables, functions, and I know how to setup my Linux distribution. So I need a more specific book.

    Any suggestions?
  2. Jomo

    Jomo New Member

    - Advanced Linux Programming - Richard Esplin
    - Linux Device Drivers Development

    These are basics to understand signals.

    I have to notice that I can't low level programming on Linux, but I saw some on Windows and I'm soon going to read these books.
    Also learning programming microprocessors like f.e. Atmega can be helpfull and good training.

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