I am trying to use some basic kernel functions, i.e. request_region etc.
form <kernel/ioports.h>, but when I try compiling a basic program which
uses these functions it seems that the functions are not being linked in
When I use kernel functions, do I have to specificly provide a
library name to gcc / the linker, or should the relevant libraries not
be in the standard search path anyway???
BTW I made sure to use the __KERNEL__ option on the command line.
I would be greatful for any suggestions ???
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