Subject: Re: mother board
To: Ben Harris <>
From: Wojciech Puchar <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 01/09/2002 20:01:55
> In article <02010916432201.02545@CAT80> you write:
> >I have now spent two days looking for something which might be usefull but
> >come up with only linux related stuff. So I was wondering if any one knows
> >how to read absolute memory addresses in netbsd of course or has some other
> >ideas??? :)
> See mem(4):
>      The special file /dev/mem is an interface to the physical memory of the
>      computer.  Byte offsets in this file are interpreted as physical memory
>      addresses.  Reading and writing this file is equivalent to reading and
>      writing memory itself.  Only offsets within the bounds of /dev/mem are
>      allowed.

is it any interface for reading (or maybe writing) system BIOS/FLASH chip?