> > glibc already contains such a wrapper; it is called __clone(). At
> > least my system has "man clone" show the man page for it.
> Actually, the man page is wrong, it's called clone() unless you define
> a function with that name yourself (weak symbol.) My version of the
> man pages are a bit old.
Unlike mine, neither glibc nor Linus clone.c wrappers are fork-like.
That's why I reworked Linus clone example in the first place
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