======= 2002-06-24 12:24:00 you wrote：=======
>On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 12:06:52PM +0200, Carsten Langgaard wrote:
>> At least it makes my system work as well as for the 32-bit kernel.
>What programs btw are using syscall()? To be honest I don't recall one ...
I used it in a userland checkpoint program to intercept syscalls.
>Looking more into it I found a nice showstopper - a few functions like
>_sys_sigsuspend() expect a struct pt_regs on the stack. That's only
>working if we call those functions directly from the exception handler.
>It won't work if we have another function's stackframe - in this case
>sys_syscall()'s there also ...
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