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  • 1st clear the basics....
    Kernel space: Linux manages the comp's HW in a simple and efficient manner, offering the user a simple and uniform programming interface. In the same way, the kernel, and in particular its device drivers, form a bridge or interface between the end-user/programmer and HW. User space: End-user programs, like the UNIX shell or other GUI based applications r part of the user space. Obviously, these applications need to interact with the system's HW. However, they don’t do so directly, but through the kernel supported functions.
    Here is the references :
    AND for Device driver:

    Answered by rechil_colin
    3 years ago
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  • This site may have some useful information

    Check out this link:

    It's kindda old though....

    Answered by cagalli
    3 years ago
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  • Hi, this site may help:

    Answered by cagalli
    3 years ago
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  • Try ls | more

    This should pause it for you.

    Answered by cdunlap
    3 years ago
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