On Tue, 10 Apr 2001, John P. Looney wrote:
> However, how do I compile in such a driver directly into the kernel,
> instead of as a module. Is it a case of just linking it in with other
> networking code, or what ?
Fraid it's not that simple. You'ld probably have to mess with the code a
bit. Modules have registration routines that wouldn't get executed if they
were compiled in. If you look at any of the modules in the kernel, there
are #ifdef MOUDLE everywhere to account for the differences.
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