symbols export/import

symbols export/import

Post by Doc » Wed, 02 May 2001 00:38:36

hi, i'm coding a module for kernel 2.4.
i've managed the way of exporting no symbols with the macro
now, as far as my module is inspired from another module (khttpd), some
functions have the same name of khttpd's ones but behave differently.
looking at /proc/modules i found this:

my_module       20877   1
khttpd          24272   3       [my_module]

how can i avoid this? i don't want to use khttpd's functions and such
dependence doesn't allow to rmmod khttpd before my_module.


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Dear Solaris Gurus,

        How can we export or import symbols while dynamically linking
shared objects on Solaris ? On AIX, for example, we use import and
export files.
        The dlopen() function does not bind all the symbols on loading, hence,
dlsym() HAS to be used for every symbol that is exported.
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