Systrace for Linux
by Marius Aamodt Eriksen (email@example.com)
I am posting a development snapshot of systrace kernel portion for Linux;
- Kernel patch
(2002-12-07) against linux kernel version 2.4.20:
- Kernel patch version 1.1
(2003-02-03) against linux kernel version 2.5.52 and version 1.1 against linux
kernel version 2.5.59; thanks to Andreas Krennmair (ak at synflood
- If you do not run with devfs, you need to create
the device with: mknod /dev/systrace c 10 226.
- If the userland compile fails because linux/systrace.h
can not be found, you did not apply the patch correctly. Copy
linux/systrace.h from the kernel patch to
- There are some code cleanup issues that have taken place since this patch was created. A new patch containing these will appear soon.
- Systrace is supported in the following Linux distributions:
This is the kernel portion of systrace. Do not forget to enable
Systrace via make menuconfig. You also need to install the
gtk frontend and systrace userland, too. See the main page.
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