How to avoid writing device drivers for embedded Linux

Writing device drivers to control new hardware can be hard work. Chris Simmonds, speaking at Embedded World 2016, explains how to take the easy road by writing userspace drivers.

Slides: http://2net.co.uk/slides/ew2016-userspace-drivers-slides.pdf
Paper: http://2net.co.uk/slides/ew2016-userspace-drivers-paper.pdf
Sample code: http://2net.co.uk/downloads/ew2016-demos.tar.gz

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