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I am trying to prevent the ehci_hcd kernel module to load at boot time.
Here's what I've tried so far:
1) Add the following line to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf (as suggested here):
2) Blacklisted the module by adding the following string to
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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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I encountered a variety of difficulties when implementing a system call as simple as HelloWorld example in Linux so far.
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I want to make a kernel call which takes as input an integer x and prints 2*x
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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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Ho do I differentiate system call from library call?
for example if I am using chmod , how do I find out if it is a system call or library call?
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i have developed a mechanism in system.c to count how many times each kernel call is called. The results are held in an array in system.c . What i want to do is to create a new kernel call which will print this array. I need help in passing the array from system.c to the new kernel call. ... (5 Replies)
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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.
I want to use the socket interface in linux kernel space for sending raw packets over the network.
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