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Re: /dev/mem contains physical memory addresses?

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Hi!

On 7/6/06, Arjan van de Ven <arjan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
PHYSICAL. if you want virutal you need to use /dev/kmem.

isn't /dev/kmem some sort of core file with structures resembling core files ?
how does that relate to virtual memory (isn't virtual memory unique
per process) ?


(btw is there any documentation regarding /dev/kmem ? couldn't really find...)

thanks,
George.
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