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Old 01-25-2005, 04:55 AM   #1
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undefined reference


Hi,

I am writing my project in C language and using gcc.
The code is compiled ok, there are linker errors.
I am trying to use interrupts that's why there is used request_irq function which is in linux/sched.h .
I am using KDEVELOP!!!
Do I need to use some additional library?

The piece of code is:
int xinit_module(void){

int ret;


outb_p(0, SERPORT + 3); // reset DLAB
outb_p(0, SERPORT + 1);

ret = request_irq(4, &handler, SA_INTERRUPT, "/dev/ttyS0", NULL);
if (ret) {
printf ("##### error requesting irq 4: returned %d\n", ret);
}
enable_irq(4);

outb_p(0, SERPORT + 3);
outb_p(0xC7, SERPORT + 2);
outb_p(0x0B, SERPORT + 4);


// Bit 3 Enable Modem Status Interrupt
// Bit 2 Enable Receiver Line Status Interrupt
outb_p(0x0C, SERPORT + 1);


return 0;
}

Error from linker is:
comport.o(.text+0x361): In function `xinit_module':
: undefined reference to `request_irq'

I hope someone can help me

BYE
 
Old 01-25-2005, 05:10 AM   #2
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Are you writing a driver/module?
 
Old 01-25-2005, 06:41 AM   #3
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Hmmm,
I would like to detect interrupt on serial port and reply with handler function in my project, so I do not know if driver module should be used for this...
 
Old 01-25-2005, 12:38 PM   #4
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I think the code your trying to link to is for the internals of the kernel and not for userland programming. What you probably look into is checking stty and the /dev files.

Heres a useful link for you all about serial interfaces Serial HOWTO. I haven't gone through the document myself but it seems to have a lot of the details you will need.
 
  


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