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> How can I know, more or less portably, which is the name of the
> disk binary corresponding to my core image? Since 'proc' is not
> mounted at this time, I cannot consult my mappings not my 'exe'
> link. Since this init is run as root, any that root can do is
> welcome. Although I would like a portable solution, any solution that
> works under *any* Linux kernel is welcome...

What about mounting /proc from inside your program? Not a big deal, easy
sollution ...

Inaky Perez-Gonzalez -- Not speaking for Intel - opinions are my own [or my
fault]

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