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Old 02-25-2011, 03:32 AM   #1
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Hi to Linux Kernel Module programming using netfilter

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I just wanted to say hi to all, since i joined this forum very recently in order to seek guidance and share what i have as info for mutual benefit. I have a query which i have posted on Linux kernel thread as well as Linux networking thread, since i did not know where to post it initially. sorry if it was a bothersome thing reading it in in-appropriate thread. can some one please comment. hi and welcome to this thread.
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