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    SubjectRe: shared memory
    Thank you for the quick answer, but It's a college project, and I must
    share user level memory. I also must build my own system calls...
    But I can look what is already done and make something similar. Do you
    think shmget would do? Does it share user level memory?

    greetings!
    Rafael Sisto

    On Dec 16, 2007 4:57 PM, Luciano Rocha <luciano@eurotux.com> wrote:
    > On Sun, Dec 16, 2007 at 04:51:39PM -0300, Rafael Sisto wrote:
    > > Hi, Im working on a project working on linux kernel 2.6.17
    > > I have to share memory on user level... I have to build something like
    > > a server process that "exports" a portion of his virtual memory, and
    > > other client process may ask the kernel for that memory and use it (as
    > > its own).
    > > I managed to build a structure on the kernel.
    >
    > Why? Aren't SysV IPC or Posix IPC enough?
    >
    > See "man shm_open", for the new Posix version, and "man shmget" for the
    > old SysV IPC version.
    >
    > --
    > Luciano Rocha <luciano@eurotux.com>
    > Eurotux Informática, S.A. <http://www.eurotux.com/>
    >
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