Recovering ancient knowledge

I am working on Linux Kernel Modules today for diagnostics and for adding some new devices to interface to the kernel as communications devices, gene sequencers, debug, and various measurement and control devices for nano-technology and molecular assembly, as well as conventional equipment.

It is a fairly simple process to create a kernel module and to compile it. Knowledge of the utilities uname, lsmod, modinfo, rmmod, insmod, apt-get, and general shell scripting as well as make would be prerequisites or dependencies. I have built a .ko and installed it, so that is understood. The system interaction and how to integrate the information is another case. An atomic microscope could be a scanner or video depending on the speed. A three dimensional image of a crystal structure captured by some means wouldn't be video, image or scan. I will have to think about that for a while and perhaps just make a new device type and links to application layer use.


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