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How do I translate the following piece of DOS-code to linux?

static union {
unsigned int *a; // One 32 bits address
unsigned long l; // One 32 bits long
unsigned int w[2]; // Two 16 bits words
unsigned char b[4]; // Four 8 bits bytes
} DMAaddr;

static union {
signed int w; // One 16 bits words
signed char b[2]; // Two 8 bits bytes
} DMAcntr;

...

static void setadr( unsigned int far *buff, unsigned int length )
{
unsigned int lw;

lw = FP_SEG( buff ); // Segment address of buffer
DMAaddr.w[1] = ( lw >> 12 ) & 0xf; // Makes real 32bit address
DMAaddr.w[0] = ( lw << 4 ) & 0xfff0;
DMAaddr.l += ( unsigned long )FP_OFF( buff );
DMAcntr.w = length;
}


Thanks,
mc303

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