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Location: India

PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 10:34 am    Post subject: Please i need help Reply with quote

I am Krishna, I am a student studying M.S in Information Technology at
National Institute of Technology,Warangal,Andhra Pradesh,India.

I am currently doing my II yr of my 3yr M.S Programme. As part of our IIyr i am doing a project on Linux Kernel Programming. The Specification
is to enhance the features of kernel code and generate a new kernel and execute the kernel by compiling it and rebooting it.

To be more specific, i am changing the data structures of kernel code and modifying part of code and compile it to reflect changes implemented.
For that i have to study about the signals Linux is using. Linux uses 32 standard signals to handle any interrupt.

I would request the Linux Forum or any one concerned to send me information about the Linux Signals.and Signals that can be used to run user written code or functions to handle the interrupts in a customized way.

I also need specific information about reliable signals and unreliable signals, that are encountered when programming at kernel level.

Please Mail me at kp_msit@hotmail.com
Thank you,
Krishna prasad.N,
M.S in IT(II yr)
National Institute of Technology,Warangal,
I am a Post Graduate Student, Studying MS in IT at National Institute of Technology, Warangal.
I am very interested in Linux Kernel Programming.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 10, 2003 5:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The link for these is http://www.die.net/doc/linux/man/man7/signal.7.html .
Dan Calloway
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Asheville, NC 28805
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