Map memory to user, then map it back to kernel
Date: Wed Aug 09 2006 - 03:15:15 EST
I am looking for a way to map a memory (allocated with get_free_pages())
from kernel space to user space, so that I will later be able to map it
back with get_user_pages().
I tried remap_pfn_range(), but it didn't work as it assumes the memory
being mapped is IO range (marking vma with VM_IO flag), while
get_user_pages() works on regular memory.
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