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kapil a <kapilann@gmail.com> wrote:
> When i did some debugging i found that filldir which is suppose to
> fill the dirent with the directory entries does its job. My filesystem
> currently has only one inode with one block of data where i have a
> ".", ".." and "test" written into it.
>
> The problem is it does not go further to do some of the other calls as
> in a mountpoint in ext2 file system.

in that case ls is missing something, maybe a count, a size, filetype,
permission... why dont you debug ls to see where it is exiting? I mean if
you write kernel mode code one could expect that you can step through a user
mode tool?


Gruss
Bernd
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