> On Tue, Jun 11, 2002 at 10:14:48AM -0700, Maksim Yevmenkin wrote:
> > or USB dongle. They all MUST talk via HCI. So HCI is not really a
> > device driver, and, IMO, it is not a pseudo device driver. It sort
> > of looks like /dev/tcp :)
> A ng_device netgraph node is coming up.
> That will present you with a /dev/<whatever you want> interface to the
> netgraph subsystem.
> That might be a starting point, as your work is also a netgraph node.
Yeah, i know. I think, i have the source. It is most likely outdated.
In the version i have you create a new device entry per hook, but what
i really wanted is one device per node with ability to clone devices.
I.e. two (or more) things open /dev/foo and each of them get unique
private context within node. Since it is not going to work anyway,
i will stick to multiple hooks idea which would fit perfectly into
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