Though I've been programming Windows NT kernel device drivers for 10+ years; I'm brand new to Linux module development. Under Windows NT, I can use WinDBG to visually debug my device drivers at ...
I'm trying to port the webcam composite gadget from kernel 2.6.37 to 2.6.32. I don't have a choice on this since I depend on other drivers and a SDK which only compile for this version. My train of ...
So I am using Ubuntu and trying to use some hardware which I had some problems with before. The problem before was that the company who made my hardware sold their internal parts to another company ...
I have a custom kernel module that I compiled from this patch that adds support for the logitech G19 keyboard among other G series devices. I compiled it just fine against Ubuntu's maverick kernel's ...
I would like to debug a loaded kernel module I don't have the source code to; I suspect it's a virus. Is there a way to feed it into GDB for analysis?