DEVICE_GET_PARENT(9) BSD Kernel Developer's Manual DEVICE_GET_PARENT(9)NAME
device_get_parent -- return the device's parent
The device_get_parent() function returns the name of the device's parent device.
SEE ALSO device(9)AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Warner Losh.
BSD April 21, 2003 BSD
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BUS_ADD_CHILD(9) BSD Kernel Developer's Manual BUS_ADD_CHILD(9)NAME
BUS_ADD_CHILD -- add a device node to the tree with a given priority
BUS_ADD_CHILD(device_t dev, int order, const char *name, int unit);
The BUS_ADD_CHILD() method is used by the driver identify routine to add devices to the tree. Please see device_add_child(9) for more
details. The interface is the same as device_add_child(9) however, the bus' BUS_ADD_CHILD() is called.
Busses implementing BUS_ADD_CHILD() should insert the device into the tree using device_add_child(9) before adding things such as their own
ivars and resource lists to the device.
The BUS_ADD_CHILD() method returns device_t added to the tree, or NULL.
SEE ALSO device(9), device_add_child(9), driver(9)AUTHORS
This manual page was written by M. Warner Losh.
BSD May 13, 2004 BSD
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