Hi,

I have become confused trying to understand
the kernel's linkage.

the kernel uses print() in many places, e.g.
/sys/src/9/port/xalloc.c:80

/sys/src/9/port/devcons.c:211 This calls vseprint().

/sys/src/libc/fmt/fmt.c:47 The fmt library installs %r
(errfmt) by default.

/sys/src/libc/fmt/errfmt.c:10 references rerrstr().

/sys/src/libc/9sys/rerrstr.c:10 references errstr().

Errstr() is a system call and does not exist in the
kernel (where it becomes syserrstr()).

How can this work? ...or does the kernel itself
perform system calls?

-Steve