How to do file i/o in the kernel? Typically, i am opening a device file
(/dev/ttyS0) with sys_open(). Now i do sys_read/write on the returned fd.
But the problem is, if i try to do it again after some time (uh... i come
back to do read/write) both these return with 'Bad file Descriptor' error.
If i try to do sys_open() again (ok, i close the former fd), it returns 0.
I have scanned thru all the relevent source of the kernel, but find no
clue as to why this happens. Any idea?
What is the better way to do device i/o above the driver? If a kernel
module wants to do some device i/o using underlying driver, is the above
method ok, or i need to do something else?
'using 2.2.13k on Celeron (Mendocino) here.
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