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    SubjectRe: intercommunications between Linux kernel modules
    On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 7:04 PM, Andi Kleen <> wrote:
    > Cyclonus J <> writes:
    >> I am looking for a way to do an IPC-like communications between two
    >> linux kernel modules, such as mqueue or shared memory. After searching
    >> for a while, I can't find such information available inside existing
    >> linux kernel or online.
    >> So, my question is if this is something discussed before here and gets
    >> rejected or still might be accepted in the mainstream kernel tree?
    > All kernel memory is shared in Linux, so the concept doesn't make sense.
    > If you want to send messages or communicate inside the kernel there are
    > lots of different facilities available.


    That would be great! Could you point me to some facilities that can do
    this message passing between kernels?


    > -Andi
    > --
    > -- Speaking for myself only

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