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SubjectRe: User Space Emulation of Devices
Followup to:  <>
By author: Oliver Neukum <>
In newsgroup:
> How do you pass an ioctl ? If any parameter is a pointer you actually need a
> complex protocol for passing memory content to make it useful.

You need a parameter marshalling system; however, they do exist. It
might actually be that the best way to deal with this is to make a
general module framework and compile a specific module to marshall the
parameters of the device you want to emulate.

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