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Yes, this is it! Thank you!

10.04.2012, 20:08, "Vladimir Murzin" <murzin.v@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 10:48:14AM +0600, Martynov Semen wrote:
>
>>  <one more time in plain text>
>>
>>  Yes, of course.
>>  It contains only one line:
>>
>>  obj-$(CONFIG_MY_PROCLISTOUTPUT) += proclistoutput.o
>>
>>  and works with Kconfig
>>
>>  config MY_PROCLISTOUTPUT
>>      tristate "Display a list of processes"
>>      default y
>>      ---help---
>>       This module prints a list of processes
>>
>>  But I'm sure that the reason is not in my file, because:
>>  - If I put my code in a folder /drivers (and include my Makefile and Kconfig) then everything works perfectly (I can build kernel object and I can built-in my code to the kernel)
>>  - If I put my code in a folder /samples (and include my Makefile and Kconfig) then build-in the code I can't, but with .ko it works fine...
>>
>>  I suppose that the reason in the kernel Makefile. The root Makefile contains this code (http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/Makefile#L914)
>>
>>  ifdef CONFIG_SAMPLES
>>           $(Q)$(MAKE) $(build)=samples
>>  endif
>>
>>  where
>>  $(Q) = @
>>  $(build) = -f scripts/Makefile.build obj
>>
>>  and further I lose understanding of the events...
>>
>>  10.04.2012, 08:26, "Vladimir Murzin" <murzin.v@xxxxxxxxx>:
>>>  Hi Semen
>>>
>>>  Could you share a Makefile for your module?
>>>
>>>  Best wishes,
>>>  Vladimir Murzin
>>>
>>>  -----Original Message-----
>>>  From: Martynov Semen <semen-martynov@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>  Sender: kernelnewbies-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>  Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 23:56:15
>>>  To: kernelnewbies@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<kernelnewbies@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>>  Subject: No subject
>>>
>>>  Good afternoon,
>>>
>>>  I would like to understand, why I can't make the built-in object, when my code is in a folder /samples...
>>>
>>>  I have my module-code and if I put it in a folder /samples, I can receive only loadable module (.ko) but if I want to receive the built-in object - it turns out nothing (.о-file is created, but my code doesn't get in a kernel). When I allocate my module-code in any other folder (for example, /drivers) it works normally - I can receive .ko and I can make the built-in object.
>>>
>>>  Question - why I can't receive the built-in object when my code is in the folder /samples? What instruction in a make-file restricts it, and how?
>>>
>>>  P.S.: Sorry for my english.
>>>  --
>>>  Best regards,
>>>  Semen A Martynov.
>>>
>>>  Saint Petersburg, Russia.
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>>>
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>
> Hi Semen
>
> It happens because ./script isn't listed as a subdir for visiting and
> linking objects into vmlinux. Please, refer to [1] for details.
>
> [1] http://lxr.linux.no/linux+*/Makefile#L508
>
> Best wishes,
> Vladimir Murzin

-- 
Best regards,
Semen A Martynov.

Saint Petersburg, Russia.
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