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    Is there a way to automatically erase the contents of a /PROC entry when it
    has been read?
    As far as I understand the /proc files are written to by the kernel when
    they are read, but if I want to write an alternating value into the /proc
    entry
    when it has been read, is this possible?.
    Is there a way to get the driver to know when the entry has been read other
    than the automatic execution of the read function?

    Thankfull for any thoughts! :)

    Henrik



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