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Hi,

You can make use of the __setup() macro. A very simple example is given in the
devfs source code, on the base.c file.

Kind regards,
Lucas


On Friday 06 June 2003 02:55, madalin mihailescu wrote:
> I have a project: implementing four page-out
> alghorythms. I want to be able to select one of them
> at reboot as the first thing I do.
>
> I’m thinking of using a variable, but I don’t know
> where to put it.
>
> 10x
>
> Madalin
>
>
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