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One of the new features of 2.6.10 (well, AFAIK its new) is the
kobject_uevent function set.
Currently only some places send out events like this, so I was
thinking to add some more.

Question is: how can I test this? Is there any userland program that
catches these events and prints some information on them to the
screen?

I found out Kay Siever and RML's (maybe some others too?) work on
kernel->userspace events, but the syntax used there seems to be
somewhat different. Kay's got a listener
(http://vrfy.org/projects/kdbusd/kdbusd.c), but is this one
compatible?

Regards, Ikke
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