> I tested for example in the function goodness sched.c
> printk("this_cpu--> %d\n",this_cpu);
> only to test it.
> It runed no problems on the kernel 2.0.36.
So what ?
int x = 1;
char y = *(char*)&x;
will also work in most cases (but will not always put the same value in `y').
That doesn't mean that it is *supposed* to work.
Now, again, I have no clue whether printk is supposed to be working from
goodness or not, but you'd better check this first.
Quote:> Hmm... what is the trouble? I am working only this thing since one week,but
> in vain... :-( :-(
How about asking on the list I pointed you to earlier so that you can know
instead of using trial and error which only tells you what `seems to be
working' rather than `what should be working'.