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Visual-DDK


The VisualDDK is a plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio allowing debugging device drivers right from the IDE. Additionally, a simple Driver Project Wizard is provided.

dev-enigma - Let's implement an Enigma machine as a char device just for fun.


It is a way to put an Enigma Machine under your /dev sub-directory. Yes, it is about a char device which emulates an Enigma. The device was written to run on more than one platform. Well, I think that the Figure 1 clarifies any question about supported platforms.Figure 1: A lousy but effective joke.

udmabuf - User space mappable dma buffer device driver for Linux.


udmabuf is a Linux device driver that allocates contiguous memory blocks in the kernel space as DMA buffers and makes them available from the user space. It is intended that these memory blocks are used as DMA buffers when a user application implements device driver in user space using UIO (User space I/O). A DMA buffer allocated by udmabuf can be accessed from the user space by opneing the device file (e.g. /dev/udmabuf0) and mapping to the user memory space, or using the read()/write() functions.




DebugLogger - A software driver that lets you log kernel-mode debug output into a file on Windows.


DebugLogger is a software driver that lets you log kernel-mode debug output into a file on Windows. DebugLogger can be understood as an open source implementation of Sysinternals DebugView with limited functionality. Monitoring debug output is one of the most essential tasks for developing and debugging device drivers on Windows. Developers can easily do this by either attaching a kernel-debugger to the target system or using DebugView, which allows developers to view debug output without attaching a kernel-debugger.