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SubjectRe: force_successful_syscall_return() buggy?
>>>>> On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 18:55:49 +0100, Russell King <rmk@arm.linux.org.uk> said:

Russell> I through out the idea of accessing user registers for user space
Russell> programs at the top of the kernel stack because it does not work for
Russell> processes exec'd from kernel space.

It doesn't work for the execve() itself, but it works for all
subsequent syscalls. force_successful_syscall() not working for
execve() is of course not a problem, since it returns only on error.

--david
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