Kernel Module from C program
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I'm new to the world of kernel modules programming. I've read the Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide by Peter Jay Salzman, among other documents, and I have the following question:
I'd like to know if it's possible to take a program developed in C (in this case OpenSIPs, which is a SIP Proxy Server) and turn it into a kernel module (I know "to turn it" is probably not the right _expression_, what I mean is if I could modify it somehow so that it can be loaded as a kernel module) ?
As far as I've understand, kernel modules are developed for drivers or to do some modifications to system calls, but I like to know if it's possible to do what I stated earlier.
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