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Re: Missing main function




No actually i disabled the entire "gspca" in kernel config before compiling
the kernel. The folder contains

* conex.c**
*
*etoms.c*
*finepix.c*
*gspca.c*
*gspca.h*
*jpeg.h*
*Kconfig*
*Makefile*
*mars.c*
*mr97310a.c*
*ov519.c*
*ov534.c*
*pac207.c*
*pac3711.c*
*pac_common.h*
*sonixb.c*
*sonixj.c*
*spca500.c*
*spca501.c*
*spca505.c*
*spca506.c*
*spca508.c*
*spca561.c*
*sq905.c*
*sq905c.c*
*stk014.c*
*sunplus.c*
*t613.c*
*tv8532.c*
*vc032x.c*
*zc3xx.c*
*zc3xx-reg.h*

  This are the files in that folder which i disabled. In this gspca.c
program the main function is missing.

On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 9:45 PM, Michael Blizek <
michi1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi!
>
> On 13:39 Tue 15 Sep     , Niamathullah sharief wrote:
> > Hi friends,
> >    I am having the video drivers..ie "gspca.c, v4l1.compat.c,
> v4l2-device.c,
> > v4l2-ioctl.c,v4l2-dev.c".
> >    When i tried to read all this programs but i didn't find main function
> in
> > any programs.
> >    I don't know how this programs works. From where is the main function
> for
> > this programs.
> >    I took this drivers from Version 2.6.30 kernel. Kindly help me.
>
> You might be looking for "module_init". It defines a function which is
> executed on kernel boot or module load time.
>
>        -Michi
> --
> programing a layer 3+4 network protocol for mesh networks
> see http://michaelblizek.twilightparadox.com
>
>
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