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SubjectRe: Any good _online_ kernel BSD sockets reference out there??

On Thu, 31 Aug 2000, Alan Cox wrote:

> > BSD sockets in the kernel?? I'm trying to learn how to implement a
> > "raw" network point-to-point interface (i.e. no protocols, just data), but
> > I'm having trouble understanding what I need to change or do.
>
> Implement just the hardware driver. Open an AF_PACKET socket to it

What I still don't understand is how the network layer will pass the
request directly to the driver _without_ goind through the INET (IP)
layer ... Do you know of any src code that I could use as a reference??
Src code that does the "request passing" would be good too ... :)

TIA!!
Later,
Ivan

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