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Fwd: Linux guru needed to write device driver. Burlington, Massachusetts.

> I think they want someone who knows what they are doing.
> While a device driver does not require writing assembler, it does
> require some unique knowledge. I sent this to a friend of mine who has
> Linux device driver experience, but I would think that I lack the
> experience even though I have extensive experience with multi-tasking
> and assembly language programming including a Unix device driver.

I wasn't applying ;-). I was responding to someone that thought that they
could just pick apart an existing driver and learn from that, like they had
with Perl. I never thought or said that I would be an appropriate choice for
the position, or that I even wanted it.
Grant M.

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