* Disk Write
@ 2003-05-06 14:58 Sumit Narayan
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From: Sumit Narayan @ 2003-05-06 14:58 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: Kurt Wall; +Cc: linux-kernel
I would like to write my data to a disk, without using any file system. I write directly to a raw disk and read it with my own function. Is this possible? Can I request a driver to write my data directly to the disk, and then use it to read the data also?
On Mon, 5 May 2003 23:54:50
Kurt Wall wrote:
>An unnamed Administration source, Sumit Narayan, wrote:
>% Actually, what I meant with this was, suppose I have a file name, how do I get the inode for that? And also suppose I have the inode number, how do I get the complete object of that inode for use and manipulation?
>If you have a filename, stat(2); see also lstat(2) and fstat(2).
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