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SubjectRe: Question on writing a socket program in kernel


just have a look at the tux or the khttpd module in the kernel. They would
be of a good help. You can find them in the net directtory. If you think
its still not clear, i can send you some sample code.

Prasad

On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Prasad Kamath wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am trying to develop a communication system which will run as a
> kernel module. I would like to have all the functionalities of the socket
> in the kernel level. I would like to have asynchronous socket. How do I
> go about it?
>
> regards
> Prasad Kamath
>
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