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    SubjectRe: [RFC] klibc requirements, round 2

    On 12 Jan 2002, Juan Quintela wrote:

    > >>>>> "greg" == Greg KH <> writes:
    > Hi
    > greg> To summarize, here's a partial list of the programs people want to run:
    > greg> - mount

    I _really_ doubt it. /init calling mount(2) - sure, but mount(8)?
    Not really.

    > greg> - hotplug
    > greg> - busybox
    > greg> - dhcpcd
    > greg> - image viewer
    > greg> - mkreiserfs
    > greg> - partition discovery (currently in the kernel)

    Assuming that it moves to userland, which is non-obvious. Going other
    way (i.e. clean kernel API for parsing _and_ changing partitioning)
    might be better. Current mechanisms for notifying kernel about partition
    table changes are really gross.

    > greg> - lots of other, existing in kernel code.

    nfsroot mounting (socket/sendto/recvfrom/open/close/read/write/malloc/free/

    > I still think that fsck at this point will be great. You will
    > minimize the need to have the kernel special case for fsck the root fs
    > with respect to the rest of fs.

    _Kernel_ has no special-casing of that kind.

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