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    SubjectRe: Persistent module storage [was Linux 2.4 Status / TODO page]
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    > Barring this, we could create a persistantdata module that we can
    > modprobe and then discover with Keith's inter_module_xxx and read/write
    > opaque data to/from. Then if the user does not want to use it they can
    > just "alias persistantdata off" it and poof.

    All of this is kernel code we don't need. Its not a good solution generically
    or otherwise. Modutils should just use the persistent data stuff that has hooks
    ready to roll already.

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