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To all linux gurus.. We are workin on a network driver 4 realtek card which directly maps (i.e no copy) de packets to user space bypassin de kernel completely... As ...
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    Zero copy network driver


    To all linux gurus..

    We are workin on a network driver 4 realtek card which directly maps (i.e no copy) de packets to user space bypassin de kernel completely...
    As soon as a packet is received into de DMA memory , we directly map it to a user space program.So it remains in dat memory as long as user desires...

    So we arent much used to de handling of DMA memory...
    Can any1 help ,may be with a piece of code on how DMA memory is handled ?? n even de views on de project are also invited....

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    hi ppl...

    Come on people...please respond .... i really m in need .... m stuck wid no proper guidance...

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