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    SubjectRe: Call kernel function from module

    Michael Rozhavsky wrote:
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    > [snip]
    > >
    > > Hi! Could somebody help me? I added several functions (not sys calls) to
    > > kernel as hardcoded part. Then I write modules which will be call these
    > > functions. But when I load module insmod says me 'can't resolve symbol
    > > my_func_name'.
    > > I exported all my functions in netsyms.c file. Do you know how I can see
    > > my function?
    >
    > use EXPORT_SYMBOL macro from include/module.h
    Yes. I added it in netsyms.c and I see all my functions in System.map
    file. (into ksyms too)

    #ifdef CONFIG_BATON
    #include <linux/baton.h>
    EXPORT_SYMBOL(baton_init);
    EXPORT_SYMBOL(baton_register_hook);
    EXPORT_SYMBOL(baton_unregister_hook);
    #endif

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    > >
    > > Regards,
    > > Niktar.
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