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SubjectRe: The disappearing sys_call_table export.
On Tue, 6 May 2003, Yoav Weiss wrote:

> > But how? When some global will not be exported, it would not be listed
> > in /proc/ksyms.
>
> So what ?
> You just find the right address (in this case by getting the addresses of
> exported syscalls and finding a list in memory, containing them in the
> right order), and cast it to be the syscall table.

Thank, now I understand it. And I would not do that.

> it from some exported symbol, and automagically create a module that
> re-exports this symbol for your legacy driver to use.

All of my drivers are not legacy or binary-only.
Under "third-party driver" in my other posts I was mean just out of
kernel source tree software which are have no reasons to be included in
the kernel sources.

I just need legal kernel mechanisms to do some "strange" things,
nothing else.

> If you write the script, don't forget to GPL it :)

I will not make such script.

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