From: mojtaba on
[please cc kernelppc(a)gmail.com]
Dear all,

Are there any alternatives for dlopen(), dlsym() and dlclose() in
kernel mode? Basicly, I need to load an executable object file and
execute an specific function in it.

Best regards,
moji
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From: Bryan Donlan on
On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 11:19 AM, mojtaba <kernelppc(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> [please cc kernelppc(a)gmail.com]
> Dear all,
>
> Are there any alternatives for dlopen(), dlsym() and dlclose() in
> kernel mode? Basicly, I need to load an executable object file ´┐Żand
> execute an specific function in it.

You could create a kernel module; but the .so files used in userspace,
in general, cannot be loaded.
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