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Problem developing a kernel module

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I am learning to develop a kernel module. I'm using a macbook with kernel 9.6.1 (xnu-1228.9.75). I have included the library "sys/sysproto.h" When i try to compile my driver, an error occurs because this file (part of the kernel) has the following includes: "sys/mount_internal.h" and "sys/sem_internal.h". The problem is that those files don't exist. In internet, there is no information about that. it seems a bug though those file do not appear in the kernel headers.


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Those files aren't available for use from within the kernel framework.. you may have luck adding them to your project.

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