Hi, I am currently working on a project where I need to build a USB driver for a RTOS. I am a beginner with that kind of project and I don't know where to start. I want to know if it exists any kind of software, like WinDriver, which give you the possibility to build a driver quickly. If not, I want to know if there are some reference usefull that I should read before I begin this task.

Patrice Rochefort

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John Smith
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Hi John,

I don't know of any tools to auto-create linux drivers for you, but there is a very good book by O'Reilly, "Linux Device Drivers"

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Your best approach, is probably to find a driver that does something similar, and start stripping/copying/modifying from there.

Good luck,

Damion de Soto - Software Engineer  email:     damion@snapgear.com
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you can built a usb driver in user space with libusb

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