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Old 10-10-2012, 11:40 AM   #1
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vanilla 3.5: ioctl code sent from user level is corrupted


Hello,

I wrote a device driver that gets IOCTL requests from a user level driver and read/write from/to PCI.

The module+driver works fine under vanilla 2.6.27.35

Now I want to run it under vanilla 3.5

So I recomopiled the module+driver+application with the new toolchain and the new kernel.

When I run it, the ioctl code sent from the application to the module is not the one I'm sending.

The IOCTL codes are assembled in the following way:

#define ACM_IOC_MAGIC 'k'
#define ACM_WRITE_WORD32_REQUEST_CODE _IOW(RCM_IOC_MAGIC,1,int)

What is the meaning of the third parameter ?

What am I doing wrong ?

Thank you in advance,
Zvika
 
Old 10-15-2012, 07:30 AM   #2
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Solution: Invalid prototype of ioctl

Dear Memebers,

The cause to the problem is that I used 4 parameters at the ioctl handler like in 2.6.27.35

I should declare as followed:

static long my_ioctl (struct file *file,unsigned int ioctl_num, unsigned long ioctl_param)

Thanks,
Zvika
 
  


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