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Old 01-21-2004, 07:54 PM   #1
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kernel 2.6.1: driver compile err: daemonize() too few parameters

Hey guys, Im trying to compile a driver meant for kernel 2.4
in kernel version 2.6

ive cave come across and solved a few problems, and all modules compile fine, with no unresolved symbols... EXCEPT FOR ONE !

there is a compile error.

a function called somthing like third_daemonize
calls a function

the compile error is "too few parameters" in the daemonize() function call.

ive looked all over in both the driver source and the kernel source.
but i CANNOT find any information on this function, nor find the function delaration to find out what parameters are meant to be passed.

where could i find such documentation ???


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