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Here's what I've tried so far:
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Question may seem illogical but I still need clarification.
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Could anybody tell me which file is read by kernel to set its default system kernal parameters values in solaris. Here I am not taking about /etc/system file which is used to load kernal modules or to change any default system kernal parameter value
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How can we make a socket() system call from a linux module executing in kernel space?
If any one knows, kindly tell me. It will be great.
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