Is there some document (kind of 'Writing Device Driver'), that
describes writing a new filesystem under SunOS 4.1.x
Is it even possible without access to kernel sources?
Does anyone know how to write in the kernel's routing table from a user
process in SunOS 4.1.x platform?
I can well read the content of the kernel's routing tables using the
'sysctl' system call.
But as SunOS does not seem to support routing sockets (as IRIX does for
example), I wonder how we can from a user process access this
I have of course the solution of calling a shell command from the
process: system ("route add ..."), but a would like to find a 'smarter'
way of doing it...
Does somebody has the source code of the 'route' command?
If yes, could I see it? at least the part concerning the access of the
Because there must be a function that writes to the routing tables...
Thanks for any helps or hints,
Isabelle Girard (DN9) Alcatel Telecom
Voice: +32 3 240 7544 Research Division
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