. i used some net resourses and some additions by myself ,i think my server program is working ,i can connect to it from a user client program,but in kernel level my server and client modules are not workis,,,, No more kernel panics,but it suspends in a prompt,
I am using Redhat 5 with a kernel of 2.6.18
my kernel modules are following , i am using ioctl for a future controll
New functionality has been enabled that allows logged-in users to highlight interesting mailing list discussions. This new feature has been provided out of necessity, as I'm finding myself with insufficient time of late for keeping up with the many mailing lists I track to post articles on KernelTrap. My goal is to inspire you to participate more in the process, occasionally clicking the new up-arrow on mailing list messages that you find interesting and worthy of attention. In the upcoming weeks, improved interfaces will be provided for navigating other people's votes, and for filtering on only the mailing lists you're interested in. Future KernelTrap stories and quotes will be selected from those that are highlighted by this voting process.
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User account creation has been temporarily disabled on KernelTrap.org due to account abuse by web spammers. I am working on a solution to automatically detect and block these spam accounts, but until I have time to finish the effort I will be leaving user accounts disabled. I apologize for the inconvenience.
We've added new features to our mail archive search engine. Our new features allow you to search for messages from specific names and with specific words in the subject. You can also limit your search to specific specific years and/or months and/or days. Finally, we cleaned up a handful of bugs in our advanced search interface that were resulting in faulty results.
We have added full-text search functionality to our mailing list archives. A simple search block shows up along side each mail archive posting allowing you to search all mailing lists, or just the list that you're currently viewing. An advanced search page helps you craft more complex queries and to search multiple mailing lists at a time.
Searching is extremely fast thanks to the Sphinx search engine. Currently our search index is only updated once ever day, but we will soon improve it to update more frequently. Check the advanced search page to see as new features are enabled.
I am pleased to announce that KernelTrap has partnered with Specialty Job Markets to offer a unique Linux kernel job board for our readers. It is completely free to submit your resume, which will then be personally reviewed and matched with current and future employment opportunities. If you're an employer, it's also free to post jobs. Jobs and resumes that are posted to our boards are individually reviewed and matched by a professional recruiter, not a computer program, offering quality results with a personal touch. The contact information you provide is kept confidential and is only visible to our dedicated recruiter.
By using our job board, you are not only finding yourself a good job or a good employee, you're also helping to support KernelTrap.org. Each time our recruiter successfully matches a candidate with a job, the employer pays a fee for this service, and KernelTrap.org receives a percentage which allows us to focus on improving these web pages. With every single resume and job manually screened by a human recruiter, we are able to keep our job board focused on kernel development jobs and free of spam. Read on for full details, or skip ahead and submit your resume today!
KernelTrap now provides a useful interface for reading numerous kernel-related mailing lists. At this time, we are actively archiving multiple Linux, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, FreeBSD, and NetBSD mailing lists. In addition to providing a simple online browsing interface, we also provide multiple RSS feeds for each of our archived mailing lists.
KernelTrap is actively seeking sponsorship for September and October of 2007.
Support for tagging has also been added to the forums (as well as to blogs). Thus, when posting a new forum topic to KernelTrap it's now possible to specify a comma separated list of tags that describe your posting. Popular tags will show up in the new block in the lower right corner of the page, as well as here.
I've added 3199 new pages to KernelTrap tonight, importing the Linux kernel man pages. I wrote a custom module that converts nroff format man pages into HTML on the fly, and another that imports the actual man pages from a tarball found on kernel.org. I've not yet finished an interface for browsing the man pages, but the pages will turn up in site-searches.
The KernelTrap server was upgraded last night to a Dell PowerEdge SC1435 which utilizes a Dual Core AMD Opteron 2212HE. The server was purchased using funds generated by the advertising displayed on these pages. Additional specifications can be found in the KernelTrap FAQ.