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    Waiting on TRequestStatus in kernel code

    Hi,

    I was wondering if there is any way I can wait on TRequestStatus variable in kernel code. Like how we do in user code by calling User::WaitForRequest(TRequestStatus& ) or use AO. But I dont know how to wait on TRequestStatus in a kernel code !!

    Any idea !!

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    Re: Waiting on TRequestStatus in kernel code

    Quote Originally Posted by bansidhar View Post
    Hi,

    I was wondering if there is any way I can wait on TRequestStatus variable in kernel code. Like how we do in user code by calling User::WaitForRequest(TRequestStatus& ) or use AO. But I dont know how to wait on TRequestStatus in a kernel code !!

    Any idea !!
    Sorry to say, but was not clear what you mean by "kernel code"

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    Re: Waiting on TRequestStatus in kernel code

    Hi Rao,

    I am actually writing an kernel extension which will come up as soon as the phone comes up. I am making an LDD for this purpose. Like we know, LDD is a kernel code which runs in the kernel space.
    And I think we might not be able to use user libraries in kernel(though i am not too sure about this)

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