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I'm not clear if you get one result per read?, or if you get a stream of results. I think you're saying one request -> one reply. And you never gave a hexdump or anything of the output, but it looks like the line endings are probably CR-only, not DOS CR-LF or unix LF. (That's why your prompt overwrites the output after netcat.) I did find the manual: ...
You can find it in /sys/class/net directory. it it Symbolic link to other file in /sys/device/../../, following is my virtual machine (linux kernel 3.10) output. And you can use command udevadm info <filename> to look over its attribute lrwxrwxrwx. 1 root root 0 Apr 3 13:38 ens33 -> ../../devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:11.0/0000:02:01.0/net/ens33
In the simplest scenario, the so-called DDX (Device Dependent X) part of the X server will identify your video driver and use ioctl calls to initialize it, configure the video adapter and (usually) get the framebuffer address. The framebuffer will then be used for rendering. Here is a much more detailed description of the process. Things will get more ...
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