Subject: Re: How do I create a include-file to match my new syscall?
To: Espen Jorde; IFI; H97 <email@example.com>
From: Eduardo E. Horvath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/07/2000 09:05:47
> Part of the work for my master thesis involves adding some system
> calls to the kernel.
> After some time I have figured out how to add my own system call. I
> have done this successfully with a 1.4.1 kernel.
> Now my problem is how to access syscalls from user-space. I can call
> them by using "syscall(<syscallnumber>, arguments)". But i would love
> to be able to do something like this:
> #include <foo.h>
> foo(i, j, k);
> Can anybody give me a hint on where I should look? Which directory
> should I put my .h file for it to compile correctly and end up in
> /usr/include. How should my .h file look. Any good examples?
> Any help is appreciated!
Adding a syscall sould be as easy as adding an entry to
src/lib/libc/sys/Makefile.inc. Of course, then it would be in libc.
Eduardo Horvath email@example.com
"I need to find a pithy new quote." -- me