CSE 121 Fa 2000 -- Lecture 3 -- Sep 28, 2000
The FreeBSD kernel sources are now in
/home/solaris/ieng9/cs121f/public/freebsd/src/sys/ and a
TAGS file is there, and it works well with emacs. Apparently
vim has trouble with that file, so a CTAGS file
(generated by the ctags program instead of
etags) is also in the sys directory. vim works
okay with it.
Things to explore:
Topics covered in today's lecture:
- You should familiarize yourself with using the TAGS file to find kernel symbols.
- find hardclock and see what it's doing.
- figure out what is going on in the code in
rlim->rlim_cur += 5;
what does it do? what purpose does it serve?
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