I have yet to find out how to program a doubleclick from say, button #6
from my mouse so I've decided to modify/write the USB mouse driver as my
first "kernel" project. Before I start can someone confirm that this
hasn't already been done?
Hi, if this isn't the right list, I apologize in advance, and perhaps
you can point me in the right direction.
I'm trying to figure out how to get from a kernel-source.src.rpm anda
k_smp.src.rpm to a k_smp.i586.rpm. I'm more familiar with how Red Hat
does kernel builds, and I have not yet figured out the tricks for SuSE.
Some questions that come to mind...
How is the k_smp.src.rpm generated?
How is it (and/or kernel-source.src.rpm) used to re-generate a binary
I'd like to make some changes to the stock SuSE kernel, and build &
package it just as SuSE does, for installation on several machines. is
this documented anywhere?
Eric Sandeen [C]XFS for Linux http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs
sandeen(a)sgi.com SGI, Inc. 651-683-3102
how to make gprof detect calls to functions in system libraries, such
as malloc, pthread_XXX, getexecname, etc.? I've compile & link the
program with -pg, but calls to these functions does not shown up?
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