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SubjectRe: How to read BIOS information
Arjan van de Ven:
> But that's the best you can do.
> (well you could grovel through the acpi tables just like the kernel
> does, but you really don't want to do that from userspace)

Obviously that would be tricky in this case. But in general it seems
like writing an acpi table parser should be doable. Couldn't you
just search through /dev/mem like dmidecode does? What's the
difficult part?

regards,
dan carpenter
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