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Old 06-15-2005, 04:06 AM   #1
tyler28
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how to add my own system call in RedHat linux9.0(2.4.7-20kernel)


hi
I am a beginner of Linux kernel development.
reecntly, I have add some new system call in RedHad Linux7.0(2.4.7.2 kernel), and they do work! I was very pleased.
but today, I install Redhat 9.0. the system call crash!

my job is :

1 firstly, I add my system call num in unistd.h

2 secondly, I write function in sys.c file under kernel directory
asmlinkage int sys_mycall(struct pt_regs regs){

#define a regs.ecx
#define b regs.ebx
#define c regs.edx

...................
...................
return 0;
}

3 in program:


_syscall3(int, mycall, int, a, int, b, int, c)

main(){

...............

ret = mycall(a, b, c);
.................
}



then I complied and linked, the error happens in link stage.
the message is:" reference to undefined erron in mycall..."

what is wrong? help, please! thank you!
 
  


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