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SubjectRe: How can one get System.map w/o vmlinux?
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Hi,

On Wednesday 02 January 2002 20:47, Timothy Covell wrote:
> The System.map question brings up several more:
>
> 1. Is it correct to say that System.map is basically
> the software interrupt table? ( and that for Linux
> software Interrupts equal syscalls)

Nope, software interrupts sound more like the interface
user -> kernel, but System.map additionaly containing
Kernel only symbols, who are not accessible directly with syscals
(but may be used by them).

> 2. If one doesn't have vmlinux lying around, is there
> an easy way to recreate this (via a syscall or small
> SUID root C program to dump out the vectors)

cat /proc/ksyms | grep -v "^c8" | sort
gives a subset off System.map (the Symbols exported for module use).

MfG,Christian König.
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