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I want to design my software on multiple drivers but I have a big question about designing to communicate between drivers to avoid iterative operation.
how do design drivers to share data that needs all drivers?
1- I create shared memory on the kernel but what happens on the different interrupt request levels?
2- I shared data on user mode and communicate with all drivers on shared data on user mode?
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