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Re: Source code for some function calls



I know I'm sounding stupid but where do I find the kernel source code> I'm
new to Linux. I use Red Hat Linux 2.4.20-19.9
Preetesh.
On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, Steven W. Orr wrote:

> On Monday, Oct 27th 2003 at 15:41 -0500, quoth Preetesh Banthia:
>
> =>Can anyone give me pointers on where to look for source code for
> =>implementations of function calls like read/readv/write/writev. I am using
> =>these calls in some socket programming.
>
> First of all, these are system calls, not library calls. So you can just
> look at your kernel src code to see how they are implemented. In addition,
> glibc supplies it in the form of a userspace call. So under linux you have
> both choices.
>
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