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    SubjectUserspace visible of 3 include/asm/ headers
    Could anyone help me regarding the desired userspace visibility of the 
    following three headers under include/asm/?


    Header : cpufeature.h
    Architectures : i386, x86_64
    Is there any reason why this header is exported to userspace?

    Header : setup.h
    Architectures : i386, ia64, x86_64
    Contents:
    - COMMAND_LINE_SIZE on ia64, x86_64
    - much more on i386
    Should COMMAND_LINE_SIZE be visible to userspace?
    Anything else from the i386 setup.h?

    Header : timex.h
    Architectures : all architectures
    Offers CLOCK_TICK_RATE on all architectures, but on some architectures
    (like i386) this depends on the kernel configuration.
    -> not a userspace header?


    TIA
    Adrian

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