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SubjectRe: access_ok inside kernelspace
On Tue, 19 Oct 1999, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> You can pick whichever variant you prefer - obviously you should pick the
> fastest possible one. A number of system call base functions are exported
> btw. as a kernel symbol, so you can link your module eg. against
> sys_close() just fine.

sys_close() and sys_tz() are the only ones exported on x86, I think. But
sys_call_table[] is also exported so presumably it is the best to make
a system call from a module via sys_call_table[__NR_XXX] pointer.

Regards,
Tigran.


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