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  1. segment register (segment selector)

    What I would like to know is : 1) how the value of segment register is filled? by who ? my understanding is when compile generates the segments...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-31-2008
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  2. HDD or motherboard error ?

    Hello, New computer Centos 5.0 with all updates. Kernel version: 2.6.18-8.1.14.el5. Hdd: WD800JD. Show somethnig like below and hanging...

    Started by rutekp, 10-12-2007
    • Replies: 1
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    05-30-2008 Go to last post
  3. mapping struct pages to physical address

    #define virt_to_page(kaddr) (mem_map + (__pa(KADDR) >> PAGE_SHIFT)) 1) why do we need it at te first point ? 2) why does it only talk bout kernel...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-28-2008
    • Replies: 2
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    05-29-2008 Go to last post
  4. mem_map

    mem_map stores struct pages for whole physical memory in the system. but actually it is used by only kernel virtual address which are directly...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-28-2008
    • Replies: 0
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  5. Kernel 2.4.31 issue

    Hi, I am running kernel 2.4.31 on my dsl modem. When some packet is received on the wan interface of modem, it forwards the packet to PC...

    Started by mdua, 05-28-2008
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  6. Questions about skb->nfcache and somthing about netflter?

    Hi everyone: In kernel-2.4, the struct sk_buff has a member“nfcache", when should we use it? I find in kernel 2.6 this variable has been deleted....

    Started by zhoufanking, 05-28-2008
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  7. How to understand in_dev_put()and in_dev_get()?

    Hi,everybody! I'm wondering how to understand the in_dev_get() and in_dev_put() functions in "linux/inetdevice.h". What do them mean? Should them...

    Started by zhoufanking, 05-23-2008
    • Replies: 1
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  8. getting on with linux kernel

    hello everyone i am new to linux and i am looking to get started with linux kernel. i have currently installed ubuntu 7.10 but i have got dvd of...

    Started by bilal_jan, 05-26-2008
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 607
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  9. bluetooth support in initrd

    Hi! I'm working on this idea of mine where I want to extract a key file from my cell phone using bluetooth, this file will then unlock my root...

    Started by sygard, 05-26-2008
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  10. device drivers

    1) Do the linux device drivers reside in user space ? 2) if not, then how can they be a part of kernel address space ? 3) how do we integrate...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-25-2008
    • Replies: 2
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    05-26-2008 Go to last post
  11. Understanding linux 0.01

    On a whim I decided to download linux 0.01 from here. My idea was to try to have a read through the code to try to understand how a kernel works. ...

    Started by smolloy, 05-23-2008
    • Replies: 4
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    05-26-2008 Go to last post
  12. vmalloc()

    1) the addressed returned by Vmalloc() is mapped by kernel in user space (user page tables), right ? it is never a part of kernel page table, correct...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-25-2008
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  13. alloc_pages

    I see many calls to alloc_pages() in the kernel, but once it returns address from HIGH_MEMORY succesfuly, I do not see kernel temparory/permenant...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-25-2008
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  14. signed char

    Suppose at some (0x8000f000) loation negative 0x04 is stored.... so it will be stored in 2's comlement form.... so at locaion 0x8000f000 the value...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-23-2008
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  15. Interupt vector table in x86

    If IVT is sotred at 0x0000:0x0000 in x86 , and after reset, processor starts at 0x00000000 then how does it work ? at the first time BIOS also has t...

    Started by matt_kleviar, 05-21-2008
    • Replies: 1
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    05-22-2008 Go to last post
  16. [Help] Asus Eee PC 900 (modified Xandros?) linux-kernel-headers

    The ASUS EEE PC 900 is great. Had to say that. The only drawback I've found, is that it is very hard to find out what dev libraries are needed to...

    Started by mambazo, 05-21-2008
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    05-21-2008 Go to last post
  17. kernel recovery

    Kernel has been corrupted for unknown reasons. grub is coming up and staying there, & not booting after. Here i made some attempts. grub> root...

    Started by alexram, 05-17-2008
    • Replies: 8
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    05-21-2008 Go to last post
  18. Another Kernel Panic Thread - need help!! Bad EIP Value? Need help

    Hi all, After a power cut last night my linux server won't boot from it's disk. I have successully booted it from the network though, and can view...

    Started by mattlody, 05-20-2008
    • Replies: 1
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    05-21-2008 Go to last post
  19. Post kernel programming starter

    hi friends, Iam new to Kernel Programming. I just started by a basic example given in the book My Kernel Version is and OS is...

    Started by abdul_bari, 05-20-2008
    • Replies: 5
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    05-21-2008 Go to last post
  20. Regarding cahrecter devices driver

    Hi i am new to the driver domain i went through basic book The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide by Peter Jay Salzman ,Michael Burian ,Ori...

    Started by brahma, 05-19-2008
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 619
    05-20-2008 Go to last post

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