sysarch -- architecture-dependent system call
Standard C Library (libc, -lc)
sysarch(int number, void *args);
The sysarch() system call performs the architecture-dependent function
specified by number with the arguments specified by the args pointer.
The args argument is a pointer to a structure defining the actual arguments
of the function. Symbolic constants and argument structures for
the architecture-dependent functions can be found in the header file
The sysarch() system call should never be called directly by user programs.
Instead, they should access its functions using the architecturedependent
See the manual pages for specific architecture-dependent system calls for
information about their return values.
i386_get_ioperm(2), i386_get_ldt(2), i386_vm86(2)
This manual page was taken from NetBSD.
FreeBSD 5.2.1 October 11, 1993 FreeBSD 5.2.1 [ Back ]