Kernel module for /proc

Kernel module for /proc

How to write a kernel module that creates a directory in /proc named mymod and a file in it name is mymodfile. This file should accept a number ranged from 1 to 3 when written into it and return the following messages when read based on the number already written into it:

• 1: Current system time (in microseconds precision)
• 2: System uptime
• 3: Number of processes currently in the system

“The Output”

root@Paradise# echo 1 > /proc/mymod/mymodfile root@Paradise# cat /proc/mymod/mymodfile 08:30:24 342us root@Paradise# echo 2 > /proc/mymod/mymodfile root@Paradise# cat /proc/mymod/mymodfile up 1 day, 8 min  root@Paradise# echo 3 > /proc/mymod/mymodfile root@Paradise# cat /proc/mymod/mymodfile process count: 48  

please give me some hint how to write a kernel modules and how to compile and install it .

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This might be easier to do using sysfs.

Sysfs was designed with these sorts of operations in mind, and has simple functions for creating directories and virtual files and callbacks for read and write operations to those files..

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