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Project Summary

This project enables the user to read from and/or write to any generic memory location(s) on a device running the 2.6 Linux OS (or later). This includes "regular" RAM as well as hardware IO Memory that's mapped into the kernel virtual address space. In fact, the driver will perform the mapping, given the hardware base address and length.

The read/write utility programs run in user-land and talk to the underlying kernel driver via the ioctl system call.

This could be extremely useful for driver authors, kernel developers, etc who want to peek/poke memory for learning, debug, testing, register lookups/writes and similar purposes.


c command-line-interface development driver embedded kernel_module kernelmodule linux open-source utilities

In a Nutshell, Device Memory Read/Write...


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30 Day Summary

Feb 20 2023 — Mar 22 2023

12 Month Summary

Mar 22 2022 — Mar 22 2023
  • 32 Commits
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