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Old 06-08-2009, 02:06 AM   #1
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OSE system call functions to Linux Sytem Call functions required

Hi All,

My query is I am working on a system (BSC-Base station Controller Hardware) on which a particular subsytem which runs on OSE operating sytem. The OSE uses the systems calls like efs_mount, hunt , sendfssResolveRequest( Resolve a name returning a file system object by sending the signal FSS_RESOLVE_REQUEST). Now we are trying to migrate our subsytem to Linux. Hence I would like to get the corresponding Linux systems calls which can be used. Please reply if you find an answer.

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