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REGISTER_SECURITY(9)						Security Framework					      REGISTER_SECURITY(9)

NAME
register_security - registers a security framework with the kernel SYNOPSIS
int register_security(struct security_operations * ops); ARGUMENTS
ops a pointer to the struct security_options that is to be registered DESCRIPTION
This function allows a security module to register itself with the kernel security subsystem. Some rudimentary checking is done on the ops value passed to this function. You'll need to check first if your LSM is allowed to register its ops by calling security_module_enable(ops). If there is already a security module registered with the kernel, an error will be returned. Otherwise 0 is returned on success. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 REGISTER_SECURITY(9)

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PARPORT_REGISTER_POR(9) 				       Parallel Port Devices					   PARPORT_REGISTER_POR(9)

NAME
parport_register_port - register a parallel port SYNOPSIS
struct parport * parport_register_port(unsigned long base, int irq, int dma, struct parport_operations * ops); ARGUMENTS
base base I/O address irq IRQ line dma DMA channel ops pointer to the port driver's port operations structure DESCRIPTION
When a parallel port (lowlevel) driver finds a port that should be made available to parallel port device drivers, it should call parport_register_port. The base, irq, and dma parameters are for the convenience of port drivers, and for ports where they aren't meaningful needn't be set to anything special. They can be altered afterwards by adjusting the relevant members of the parport structure that is returned and represents the port. They should not be tampered with after calling parport_announce_port, however. If there are parallel port device drivers in the system that have registered themselves using parport_register_driver, they are not told about the port at this time; that is done by parport_announce_port. The ops structure is allocated by the caller, and must not be deallocated before calling parport_remove_port. If there is no memory to allocate a new parport structure, this function will return NULL. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 2.6. July 2010 PARPORT_REGISTER_POR(9)
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