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SubjectRe: syscall from modules
if i export these syms .. firstly ill have to
change the source/patch the kernel which is not
advisable then every time i write such a module .. ill
have to make sure that i export all these symbols and
there are no conflicts due to some wierd deps that
might be present ( u never know ! ) So i am looking
for a descent way to do the same

Still in need of help,

--- vda <> wrote:
> On Tuesday 25 December 2001 09:31, Amber Palekar
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to write a linux kernel module.I
> want
> > to use sys_sendto,sys_recvfrom etc calls from
> the
> > module.However these symbols are not present in
> > 'ksyms'.One sluggish option is to modify socket.c
> (
> > which contains these function definitions ) to
> > export the symbols. However this would require
> > comiling the entire kernel.Is there a descent way
> to
> > do this ??
> I don't know much about module writing.
> Why do you think it's wrong to export those fns?
> --
> vda

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