> > I don't think the (2,3,0) ifdef is necessary. Just use the labeled
> > initializers for all kernels. See also cm_audio_fops, cm_dsp_fops,
> > cm_midi_fops, cm_dmfm_fops.
> Yes, as 2.3.x series is not for end-user, I can remove them. I keep it for
> easy to tell what's different for kernel 2.3 and 2.4.
What I meant was, the code which you have '#if version >= 2.3.0' is
also valid for 2.2. You should not have any conditional code there
except the 'owner:' member, which is '#if version >= 2.4.0'.
> > No need for '#ifdef MODULE'.
> I will remove it if kernel 2.2 can work.
It can. I checked 2.2.0.
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