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SubjectRe: RFC: /proc/module namespace
Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@pobox.com> wrote:
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> This new feature provides a /proc playground for modules. As it
> stands now, any random driver or module that exports something to
> /proc generally must create a file, or directory, in /proc root. Over
> time that can get messy.

Does that mean that, if a device driver is compiled as a module, its
data gets placed in /proc/module, but if it is compiled statically into
the kernel, that the information will go somewhere else?

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