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struct_uio_info(9) [centos man page]

STRUCT 
UIO_INFO(9) Device drivers infrastructure STRUCT UIO_INFO(9) NAME
struct_uio_info - UIO device capabilities SYNOPSIS
struct uio_info { struct uio_device * uio_dev; const char * name; const char * version; struct uio_mem mem[MAX_UIO_MAPS]; struct uio_port port[MAX_UIO_PORT_REGIONS]; long irq; unsigned long irq_flags; void * priv; irqreturn_t (* handler) (int irq, struct uio_info *dev_info); int (* mmap) (struct uio_info *info, struct vm_area_struct *vma); int (* open) (struct uio_info *info, struct inode *inode); int (* release) (struct uio_info *info, struct inode *inode); int (* irqcontrol) (struct uio_info *info, s32 irq_on); }; MEMBERS
uio_dev the UIO device this info belongs to name device name version device driver version mem[MAX_UIO_MAPS] list of mappable memory regions, size==0 for end of list port[MAX_UIO_PORT_REGIONS] list of port regions, size==0 for end of list irq interrupt number or UIO_IRQ_CUSTOM irq_flags flags for request_irq priv optional private data handler the device's irq handler mmap mmap operation for this uio device open open operation for this uio device release release operation for this uio device irqcontrol disable/enable irqs when 0/1 is written to /dev/uioX COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 STRUCT UIO_INFO(9)

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STRUCT 
UIO_INFO(9) Device drivers infrastructure STRUCT UIO_INFO(9) NAME
struct_uio_info - UIO device capabilities SYNOPSIS
struct uio_info { struct uio_device * uio_dev; const char * name; const char * version; struct uio_mem mem[MAX_UIO_MAPS]; struct uio_port port[MAX_UIO_PORT_REGIONS]; long irq; unsigned long irq_flags; void * priv; irqreturn_t (* handler) (int irq, struct uio_info *dev_info); int (* mmap) (struct uio_info *info, struct vm_area_struct *vma); int (* open) (struct uio_info *info, struct inode *inode); int (* release) (struct uio_info *info, struct inode *inode); int (* irqcontrol) (struct uio_info *info, s32 irq_on); }; MEMBERS
uio_dev the UIO device this info belongs to name device name version device driver version mem[MAX_UIO_MAPS] list of mappable memory regions, size==0 for end of list port[MAX_UIO_PORT_REGIONS] list of port regions, size==0 for end of list irq interrupt number or UIO_IRQ_CUSTOM irq_flags flags for request_irq priv optional private data handler the device's irq handler mmap mmap operation for this uio device open open operation for this uio device release release operation for this uio device irqcontrol disable/enable irqs when 0/1 is written to /dev/uioX COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 2.6. July 2010 STRUCT UIO_INFO(9)

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