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SubjectRe: Calling module symbols from inside the kernel !
Date said:
> You will need to use a function pointer hook that the module fills in
> when it is loaded. For an example look at devpts_upcall_new and
> devpts_upcall_kill in fs/devpts/inode.c. The hooks are resident in
> the kernel and are exported so the module can see them. The caller
> then needs to check if the hook is null and optionally request the
> module be loaded.

get_module_symbol() does this for you without having to use such a hook

/me runs



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