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  • Author:
    Leonard Szubowicz,Margie Sherlock
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    Digital Press (August 26, 1996)
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Margie Sherlock, Leonard Szubowicz.

Margie Sherlock, Leonard Szubowicz.

A reference manual section of the book describes the data structures, macros, and routines used in OpenVMS AXP .

A reference manual section of the book describes the data structures, macros, and routines used in OpenVMS AXP device driver programming.

Alpha Device Drivers in C : Developer's Guide and Reference Manual

This book contains two parts: A developer's guide on how to write the software for the device driver for a device connected and AXP (Alpha) processor and how t. .Writing Open VMS Alpha Device Drivers in C : Developer's Guide and Reference Manual.

OpenVMS System Management Guide. Margie Sherlock, Leonard Szubowicz. Alpha Architecture Reference Manual. 1995 n (former: Digital Press). 1996 n (former: Digital Press). Writing OpenVMS Alpha Device Drivers in C. 1999 Digital Equipment Corporation. Hitchhikers Guide to VMS - An Any-Time Feature of VMS. Bruce Ellis. 1990 Cardinal Business Media (former: Professional Press). 1992 n (former: Digital Press). PathWorks books: Title.

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The Sherlock/Szubowicz book is quite good at what it purports to do, which is explain the . OpenVMS Alpha Device Support: Developer's Guide.

The Sherlock/Szubowicz book is quite good at what it purports to do, which is explain the nuts and bolts of writing a VMS device driver in C. The book is largely aimed at those who already understand the VMS driver environment and attempts to document the kernel routines one would use. It's not for someone who doesn't already understand things like IRP, UCB, DDB, DDT, FDT, STARTIO, KP STARTIO, etc.

Writing OpenVMS Alpha Device Drivers in C, Margie Sherlock, Leonard Szubowicz, ISBN 1-55558-133-1.

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developer's guide and reference manual. Published 1996 by Digital Press in Boston. OpenVMS device drivers.

This book contains two parts: A developer's guide on how to write the software for the device driver for a device connected and AXP (Alpha) processor and how to load the driver into the OpenVMS AXP operating system. A reference manual section of the book describes the data structures, macros, and routines used in OpenVMS AXP device driver programming. Throughout the book, examples of actual code illustrate the key concepts. The working sample device driver demonstrates an actual OpenVMS Alpha device driver written in C. Introduces the components of OpenVMS Alpha device drivers and explains their role in the operating system.Chapters cover how to code, compile, link, and load drivers into the OpenVMS Alpha operating system.Provides definitive information about writing device drivers in the C programming language for a device connected to an Alpha processor.