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SubjectRead-only memory on x86?
Probably it is somewhere hidden on a faq.. but I will ask 
again ...

Can I set a memory area or "page" to be read-only, i.e.
generate an interrupt when writing is attempted to a certain
page/area?


Thanks, Antonio



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Antonio Dell'elce * http://www.dellelce.com/MyHome/
neaya@yahoo.com * NET2S Ltd., London

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