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Old 06-09-2010, 04:19 AM   #1
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Unhappy Netlink Kernel User-space communication code for 2.6.33, 2.6.34+ Kernels


I am Kiran, founder/author of Traffic Squeezer - Open Source WAN Optimization solution.

I was struck, migrating the my Traffic Squeezer code base from kernel 2.6.21 to 2.6.34. The most complex Traffic Squeezer kernel core is migrated/ported easily.

But struck with porting the Netlink communication code.

Literally searched sore more than 60-100 references in internet, as well gone through the actual kernel source itself, cant figure out how can one get a simple netlink code (a simple user-kernel communication code) working up in the more recent kernels.

What I am really looking for is a simple tried tested usermode+kernel module sample netlink code, which is meant for 2.6.33+ kernels. If anyone have, please let know, or email me the same.

Traffic Squeezer: URL: I think I am unable to post it in the forum, anyways you
can search in Google with text "traffic squeezer"

My private email: kiran <underscore> cyberpro <at> yahoo <dot> com

Thank you !


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