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On Middeweken 15 Dezember 2004 17:12, Andi Kleen wrote:
> > If the dasd driver now implements an ioctl_compat() method, who will
> > call the standard conversion handlers?
> How about just calling back to a special function from these
> special ioctl handlers?
Sorry, I don't understand. AFAICS, if the driver does not have a
ioctl_compat() file op, it will only be called for those ioctl numbers
that are registered in fs/compat_ioctl.c, but not for the ones that were
added by a third party module.
If it has a ioctl_compat() function, it can handle its own ioctls including
those that are dynamically added, but not any generic ones that have static
conversion functions in fs/compat_ioctl.c. Do you mean it should call back
from its private ioctl_compat() function to the global ioctl32_hash_table
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