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Hello guys, I came across this "sector_t X" while I am checking some device driver codes and I am a beginner in linux. I expect it to be some inbuilt ...
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    sector_t ??


    Hello guys,

    I came across this "sector_t X" while I am checking some device driver codes and I am a beginner in linux. I expect it to be some inbuilt data structure offered by the kernel for the developer. I want to know its exact format and usage. It would be even wonderful if I could get any concise link to the explanation of all the kernel structures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goutham_Linux View Post
    Hello guys,

    I came across this "sector_t X" while I am checking some device driver codes and I am a beginner in linux. I expect it to be some inbuilt data structure offered by the kernel for the developer. I want to know its exact format and usage. It would be even wonderful if I could get any concise link to the explanation of all the kernel structures
    sector_t from types.h

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