> Yes, of curse, inside Linux kernel you have full access to all files. On the
> Windows side you needs to implement a virtual file-system driver.
>> - How could IPC be done between my driver-kernel-module and the linux
> Inside coLinux we have a message queue with destination direct to the driver
> or userland on both OS sides. So you can post messages from Linux to Windows
> and from Windows to Linux. A message contains a command, controls and data.
> For big data (>4K) we use shared memory, so you not need to copy memory.
Excellent, coLinux offers more than I've could hoped =)
Now I "only" need to find an university professor to sponsor this
master thesis, I fear this will be the hard part.
Once that step is done, I guess I need to install windows and try to
get a working build environment ;)
>> - Are there plans to support newer linux kernel releases too?
> Here you needs to wait a half year or mor. Or try self to import the current
> patches to a newer kernel version.
As long as there are updates from time to time, it shouldn't matter that much.
Thanks again, Clemens