Man Page ksm.conf.5
ksm.confSection: Kernel Symbol Manipulation (5)
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NAMEksm.conf - Kernel Symbol Manipulation configuration file.
DESCRIPTIONksm.conf is the configuration file that determines how kernel symbols should be manipulated.
Comment begin with character '#' and end with end of line.
Empty lines are ignored.
White-spaces can be used for free.
CommandsAll keywords in the commands are case-insensetive.
All symbols names are case-sensitive.
ALIASAdd additional name to kernel symbol.
RENAMERename kernel symbol.
HIDEHide kernel symbol.
USEKind of rename. Any symbol, that different from SYMBOL_WITH_CHECKSUM only in CHECKSUM part will be renamed to this symbol.
Module use function snprintf_Rsmp_1234567a, but kernel has snprintf_Rsmp_025da070
NOTEksm should not (and can not) be used to rename GPLONLY symbol to non-GPL, or to add non-GPL name to GPLONLY symbol.
SEE ALSOksm(8), ksm.conf(5), insmod.ksm(8), insmod(8), ksyms.ksm(8), ksyms(8), modprobe.ksm(8), modprobe(8).
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