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SubjectRe: procfs problems
On Wed, 16 Apr 1997, David S. Miller wrote:
> Date: Tue, 15 Apr 1997 14:29:19 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "Mr. James W. Laferriere Network Engineer" <babydr@nwrain.net>
>
> Hello Miguel & et-al,
>
> how about the /proc/net directory ? I haven't seen
> mentioned the lack of device-driver informantion in this
> directory .
>
> If you take a peek at the configuration manager and what it does, such
> a scheme can be effortlessly implemented with it, similar to how you
> describe it should look/work. I suggest people investigate the
> kernel configuration manager for doing these sorts of things for
> driver information under /proc

Hello all, I'd love to but haven't heard if it can be used
with linux-wenie-2.0.x, Last message I had concering it
it only worked on 2.1.x ?

Please someone prove me Wrong...... ;;-)))))
> ---------------------------------------------////
> Yow! 11.26 MB/s remote host TCP bandwidth & ////
> 199 usec remote TCP latency over 100Mb/s ////
> ethernet. Beat that! ////
> -----------------------------------------////__________ o
> David S. Miller, davem@caip.rutgers.edu /_____________/ / // /_/ ><
>

Tia, JimL
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