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Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition
There are numerous sources of information on Linux kernel development and related topics. First among those will always be the Documentation directory found in the kernel source distribution. Various web sites discuss kernel development at all levels of detail. All of these books suffer from a common fault, though: they tend to be somewhat obsolete by the time they hit the shelves, and they have been on the shelves for a while now.
Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition