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Excuse me, Is there a difference between the libraries of Linux kernel and V4L ? About the shared libraries that motion need, Is it mainly belongs to the Linux-kernel or ...
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    Arrow [Appended]Motion inquires.


    Excuse me,
    Is there a difference between the libraries of Linux kernel and V4L ?

    About the shared libraries that motion need,
    Is it mainly belongs to the Linux-kernel or what?

    sorry for my bad.

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    Libraries are in user space. Kernel modules are in kernel space. Generally, user space code talks to kernel code via specific API's. Most of V4L is user-space stuff. It mostly communicates with the kernel via different system function calls. Since I am not an "expert" on V4L, this is about as much as I can tell you.
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    Thank you.

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