Alan Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Use mmap. It is the only really sane way in generic 2.2. If you try and
> write an NT API driver into Linux you will suffer far more than writing
> a Linux API driver and a little glue library that fakes their API
I would if I could - I have a legacy code base of ~45000 lines
of kernel code (it's a 200K kernel module with the NT DDK stubs),
plus ~13000 lines of API library.
It turns out that the customer doesn't need that particular API call
for their target application, so I can put this bear off until I
can get them to rework their API to be ameniable to both Linux and NT.
As the Polish in Pittsburgh say: Oy Vey!
-- Jason McMullan, Senior Linux Consultant, Linuxcare, Inc. 412.422.8077 tel, 412.656.3519 cell, 415.701.0792 fax email@example.com, http://www.linuxcare.com/ Linuxcare. Support for the revolution.
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