I've an algorithm which works on multiples of 12 byte blocks, I've put this
into a device driver (kernel module), the operation is done on a 'write' my
question is which error is more correct, EIO or ENOSPC?
seeing as I'm probably the only person going to use the device, it really isn't
a life or death situation...
John Ronan <j0n at tssg.wit.ie>, +353-51-302411
Telecommunications Software Systems Group - WIT, http://www.tssg.wit.ie
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