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BOOK: Beginning Linux Programming, 4th Edition ISBN 978-0-470-14762-7
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Default Latest edition missing Chapter 18 - Device Drivers

Was sad to see that this edition is almost a rehash of the last edition minus chapter 18 on device drivers:(

I thought they would add more info, but they ended up taking it out.

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They do mention it in the book. It is on page 96.


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I also think it's disappointing that they removed device drivers chapter..

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quote:They do mention it in the book. It is on page 96.
Where??? I don't see any notice like that on page 96.

Sure "device drivers" is quickly mentioned on page 96, but there is no notice about chapter removal. On the 3rd edition of the book there was 77 pages long chapter 18 - Device Drivers.
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Default Missing chapter 18?

OK, I was interested in the ebook version, but don't want to purchase
the book if it is incomplete.
Glad I checked here first.
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