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    SubjectUsing sys_open() in a module
         Hi,

    I'm trying to write a module which uses sys_open() to read from a
    configuration file. Strangely enough, it doesn't seem to be able to
    open any file on the disk - I get errno 2 (no such file). I've
    exported the function so that the module compiles and inserts
    correctly. The code looks like this:

    #define CONF_FILE "/etc/conf"
    fd = sys_open(CONF_FILE, 0, 0);

    and I'm trying to open it just for reading. Is there any weird
    semantics to using sys_open() from a module that I should be aware of?

    Thanks,
    -Mike

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