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Aug
22
comment Stack pointer of the interrupt stack
There is smp_processor_id macro for this purpose and seems that 64 bytes is too many for the pointer on the previous process or something like this
Aug
22
comment Stack pointer of the interrupt stack
Thank you for answer. I think about this too: "current task/process pointer there", there no need to store cpu number here because we can find it easily with the API that provided by the Linux kernel, but pointer to the previous task_struct very similar. But can't find something in the code
Aug
22
asked Stack pointer of the interrupt stack
Aug
4
accepted enp3s0: link is not ready
Aug
3
asked enp3s0: link is not ready
Jul
5
answered How to obtain the whole disk activities triggered by file systems under linux?
Jul
4
revised Get device's bus port
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Jul
4
answered Get device's bus port
Jul
4
awarded  Teacher
Jul
4
comment Where in the kernel /dev/kmsg gets initialized?
I've update my answer, and I think that it is enough :)
Jul
4
revised Where in the kernel /dev/kmsg gets initialized?
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Jul
4
answered Where in the kernel /dev/kmsg gets initialized?
Mar
20
awarded  Curious
Sep
27
accepted Creating disk device in a file
Sep
27
comment Creating disk device in a file
Thank you for answer, but if i will not do fdisk, what will be if i execute mkfs.ext2 /dev/loop0?
Sep
27
asked Creating disk device in a file
Aug
29
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
16
awarded  Yearling
Jun
16
comment Shutdown doesnt work
ah yes, sorry, my typo
Jun
16
revised Shutdown doesnt work
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