Understanding the linux kernel source
I am sure that I must be missing something, here. I cannot for the life of me find the source code for these system calls. I can find their numbers, and I can find their prototypes, but I cannot seem to actually find the functions that implement them.
In case anyone's interested: the reason that I am trying to find them is so that I can debug a problem with the kernel's floppy driver and/or my floppy drive itself. I can dd to/from it just fine. The drive works in DOS and Windows just fine. But when I mount a disk (any disk, doesn't matter what), the disk is mounted for approximately 1/10 of a second and then automatically unmounted. I am trying to find out why and if there is a way that I can patch my kernel locally to work around it.
I know, I know, nobody uses floppies anymore. But I guess I am a nobody. :)