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SubjectRE: How to get kernel data using /proc system?


On 1 Mar 2002, Thomas Hood wrote:

> I wrote the following comment block explaining how
> to write a proc_file_read function. This is the
> function you register with procfs using
> create_proc_read_entry(). Hope this helps.

[snip ~50 lines of comments]

You know, that's a wonderful explanation... of reasons for _not_ using
->proc_read(). If interface takes that much to document - it's crap.

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