Re: compat_ioctl question
From: Paul Fulghum
Date: Thu Apr 26 2007 - 17:43:15 EST
Arnd Bergmann wrote:
It depends a lot on what your specific driver does in the ioctl
handler, but normally you should define a compat_ioctl() function.
What driver are you talking about?
All use the same set of ioctl() codes that
are peculiar to the synclink drivers.
Defining compat_ioctl() seems to be the best way, but
that will require modifying the base tty code to allow
the individual tty drivers to register compat_ioctl().
Currently the tty file ops do not include that and
tty_io.c does not register a compat_ioctl(), instead
relying on compat_ioctl.h and compat_ioctl.c
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