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SubjectRe: modutils, the next generation
On Jan 13, 15:16, Greg Alexander wrote:
> There isn't really anything all that special about them. They are in .o
> format, they have .o headers, they are compiled with the same commands you'd
> use to make any other .o file, etc, etc. So far as anyone really cares,
> they're .o's. :)

Of course they're .o's, but being able to load them into a running Linux
kernel seems to be a very special property, IMHO. I can't remember being
able to do this with all the .o's I've found on my disk.

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