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    SubjectRe: Uncacheable memory?
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    >Is there a way to allocate memory in the kernel that you could mark as
    >uncacheable? I'm currently running with 2.2.10, and would like to mark
    >a region of memory I acquire with kmalloc as uncacheable. Thanks.

    You can't "mark" an area as uncacheable as such, but you can create an alias
    mapping for it that is uncached. The SA-1100 framebuffer driver does this, I
    think. Let me know if you have trouble figuring out how to do it.

    p.



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