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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am running Debian Wheezy 7.2 with a 3.2.0-4-686-pae kernel. There are a couple of virtual files and directories in /proc I can't seem to find much information about. I am aware that some of them might be legacy, though. Anyway, here they are:
acpi: according to this link, this... (2 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
What is the limit of LowMem and HighMem in PAE enable kernel. (2 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Question may seem illogical but I still need clarification.
Can we debug kernel modules loaded on my target system using kdb / kgdb without using any other system or remote debugging?
In other words my question is can we use kdb/kgdb to debug kernel modules running on same system? (2 Replies)
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I am having hard time finding 2.6.26-2-xen-686 headers. Anyone know where i can find them ?
Thank you so much (3 Replies)
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Is there any link/tutorial on loading Solaris kernel modules at boot time?? (0 Replies)
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6. IP Networking
I need to develop a kernel module which changes the IP address of a package according to its mac address. It would be a sort of L2 Nat.
Somebody know if I can do this using netfilter??
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Discussion started by: lagigliaivan
I am working on USB data monitoring on Fedora Core 9. Kernel 2.6.25 has a built-in module (the one that isn't loadable, but compiles and links statically with the kernel during compilation) to snoop USB data. It is in <kernel_source_code>/drivers/usb/mon/.
I need to know if I can... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: anitemp
Is there a max number of slabs that can be used per kernel module? I'm having a tough time finding out that kind of information, but the array 'node_zonelists' (mmzone.h) has a size of 5. I just want to avoid buffer overruns and other bad stuff.
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Discussion started by: Brendan Kennedy
I'm using Linux-2.6.14. My application is having one kernel module of large size(approx 8MB), insmoding of that kernel module is taking pretty much time(approx 8Mins). Is there a way to reduce the insmod time? I tried even by modprobe also. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ptprabu
ok so I just installed fedora core 6 on my dell inspiron 700m and I go to boot into linux and I get this error. Has anyone seen this before?
I also had XP Pro and Vista installed on this pc prior to putting fedora core 6 on the machine. I'm trying to setup a triple boot system.
Please Help... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dave043