"ez430-rf2500 driver problems" kerneltrap.org/node/15941
Reminded me some old stuff:
* TI TUSB3410 chip is too universal for linux USB core,
this core might have a design flaw, developers don't agree;
(some time latter ez430-rf2500 uses chip in the different way)
(see also flame in thread)
* i don't like Greg:
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel/649945 After this message on LKML, i decided to start a web page about coding style in C, that will be friendly for text processing, namely by `sed`. Preliminary result are here: http://kernelnewbies.org/olecom As i wanted to start from basic thing -- function definitions -- it quickly
Well, I missed the month mark, but I guess I'll do the news thing.
It was an exciting news weekend. Synopsis, I'm single again, had to go to a funeral (not the same person), and an ex-girlfriend got married (again, not the same person). I'm not going to go into detail on any of that.
This is a good way to start the new year!
For a long time now I have been planning to write up a documentation on Linux VFS. There are quite a few documents available on the topic, but my aim is to try and present the reasoning behind why things are the way they are. Many documents say what the "vfsmount" structure is, but very few say, why was the structure introduced, and what problem does it really solve (Discussed in a previous new article here).
This document is an attempt to address that. I have been spending bits and pieces on it since a long time now. It is far from being complete. Nonetheless, here it is in an as-is format.
Hopefully I can find time to actively contribute towards this in the coming year.
If you have any suggestions/comments/corrections/documentations, please mail them to me at:
kedars --- at --- gmail --- com
seems skb_buff needs sth. for route, which is done on PREROUTING chain，so hook there will not icmp_send;
but icmpv6_send does.
tested on kernel-2.6.16.
I'm attempting to create a user friendly kernel installation utility for people new to Linux. Currently it is a stubbed Perl script, with the beginnings of calling ketchup for "extra assistance." In the future I hope to migrate it to a "gui" framework so users can point, click and then reboot to test new kernels.
i am trying to find out the interrupt latency for the linux-2.6.14, can anyone tell me what is the procedure to test latency and the code used to test it? please help me out to achieve this job....
By that I refer not only to the Kraftwerk song, but to the endless amounts of crap I've been cleaning up from my hard disks. Why do I still have RPMs from the RedHat 6.2 days?
I am trying a module for my project. I am using kernel 2.6.
But when i insert the module (insmod) it gives error like unresolved symbols. Same problem was also with me when i used 2.4 kernel.
Can anybody guide me how to resolve this problem
Having arrived in San Francisco for two months, I needed to find a reliable source for getting connected to the Internet. There was a selection of unsecured WiFi connections available from my new apartment, but all proved to be unreliable at best.
I am facing problem in mmap, I am working on sh-linux 2.6.8 big endian, what i tried is to export io area to user space, i maaped io area of device, api executes successfully, but whan we try to acces memory in userspace, it doesnt reflect on device, even i am not able to read mapped area, i have used flag VM_SHM and VM_IO, can anyone help me in this regard?
Are you just new to Linux? Are you confused about which Linux distribution to learn for your Linux system administration career?
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Am porting linux-2.4.24 to Powerpc SBC. My borad is matching to ev64260a BSP. I dont know which files I need to change if anyone knows please help me.
Am plannig to write my own scheduler program for Current Linux kernel version i.e 2.6. So I want some information regarding scheduler. Which scheduling algorithm is used for current kernel..?
If anyone knows please suggest some idea.
Thanx in advance