Linus Torvalds wrote:
> I agree that it's probably better to use /proc/drivers/<drivername>, and I
> shouldn't have said /proc/sys/xxx. Although in this case I like "sys"
> better than "driver" as a name (it's just the sysctl _tables_ I hate, not
> the _name_ /proc/sys)
aha, I hate sysctl tables too, now. So, you meant
/proc/driver/<drivername> like it is done, e.g. by rtc. I see, so all
you want is just a simple /proc/driver/microcode file which supports a
single ioctl and not an entry in kernel/sysctl.c to be fiddled by
sysctl(2) system call. I misunderstood you.
Ok, I will come back with implementation when it is ready.
PS. It was a good idea to read email before coding - I almost started
fiddling with ctl_table stuff :)
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