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SubjectRe: mapping user space buffer to kernel address space
> I've got kiobuf diffs which allow you to (a) map any kernel memory
> (including vmalloced areas) into a kiobuf, and then (b) mmap any
> kiobuf into user space using sane, faulting vmas (with the option of
> prefaulting for performance if you want it). Nobody is using it right
> now so I wasn't planning on resending it to you until 2.5, but if you
> want to give people a chance to start using it earlier I can send it
> in.

Would be great. /me plans to use this for bttv ...


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