you could try
then get the linux kernel sources and look at /usr/src/linux/README
to speak to your kernel (implement your commands), you could write a
hope that helps...
> I'm studying linux process scheduling and trying to
> modify linux' kernel scheduling algorithm,
> so that can cause some different effects,
> the final purpose is to make some commnad that can
> do much 'deeper' than nice can.
> i.e. typing that command can cause some changes in
> time slice, or overall schedulling algorithm, not just priority.
> I've found so many documentations like that,
> but couldn't find how to modify the kernel source directly,
> to make a execution file.
> Could you please guide me some way to do it?
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