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i want to add my own entry in /proc/net directory. for that i have to modify kernel source. but i dont know where should i add code to make effect of my own entry in /proc/net. can anyone help me.
i am using redhat linux 9 kernel 2.4.20-8.
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Sunnycoder, having an answer after three minutes is pretty good. :-) Can I assume you are not constantly hitting the refresh button on your browser, and this being a Linux TA, we can be pretty sure that you are not using any Windows tools :-) Can you (and do you want to) share your tools?
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"Sunnycoder, having an answer after three minutes is pretty good. :-) Can I assume you are not constantly hitting the refresh button on your browser, and this being a Linux TA, we can be pretty sure that you are not using any Windows tools :-) Can you (and do you want to) share your tools?"

Um karl, perhaps he just happened to click on the question a couple of minutes after it had been posted? Its been known to happen :)
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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Come on, I'm pretty sure somebody has a bunch of scripts to skim the EE site for new questions. :-)
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>I'm pretty sure somebody has a bunch of scripts to skim the EE site for new questions. :-)
You are right khkremer :o) ... there is a tool !!

>and this being a Linux TA, we can be pretty sure that you are not using any Windows tools :-)
however, it is a windows tool ...

>Can you (and do you want to) share your tools?
Sure... check this link
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi83
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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There should be a rule against using Windows tools when posting in any of the  Linux TAs :-)
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Lol ... I wont ever get a point here then
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