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> > > 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 ...
>
> I don't like it, because it should happen at the very beginning
> of init. Remember, is not any program, is an init. Should be a more
> clean way, I suppose :??

I don't think is that big a deal ... if you startup the system normally,
sooner or later, /proc is going to be mounted. A [quickie] variation is:

mount()
get the info from /proc/self/whatever
umount()

Is simple, is clean and has no side effects; the code is pretty small, btw

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


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