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SubjectRe: Advice saught on math functions
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On Sat, 2002-07-13 at 15:00, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > You can't use FPU operations in the x86 kernel.
>
> Actually, you can do kernel_fpu_begin(); any FPU you want;
> kernel_fpu_end(); but it is rarely good idea to do that.

Only
Providing the CPU has FPU facilities
Providing you do no blocking operation during the kernel_fpu_* range

Non x86 has other rules that may be even more complex.

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