Subject: Re: /dev/ksyms
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Wolfgang Solfrank <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/25/1999 14:20:14
> : Is /dev/ksyms the best place for this? Why not /kern/ksyns?
> Probably so that you can get at ksyms without having to have kernfs. :)
I knew that someone was going to say this. But can anyone tell me what's
so bad about kernfs? Especially if we are now going to bloat the kernel
with a linker anyway...
(You might tell from the above that I'm more than unhappy with this trend
to become yet another Slowlaris, where you've got a 500k kernel that cannot
even read a single byte from any device. And while being here, what's good
about having the linker in the kernel? Looks like I must be missing
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