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Kernel APIs, Part 1: Invoking user-space applications from the kernel - Linux tutorial


The Linux® system call interface permits user-space applications to invoke functionality in the kernel, but what about invoking user-space applications from the kernel? Explore the usermode-helper API, and learn how to invoke user-space applications and manipulate their output.
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