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SubjectMemory Management during Program Loading
Hello,

I have a query regarding memory management using Linux kernel.

In our system we have a secure physical memory starting and ending at
predefined addresses. We want to execute certain programs, which have
to be running secure in those address spaces only.

Is it possible to force the loader to load the "particular" program
(both the code and data segment) at that pre-defined secure physical
memory, without any major kernel changes?

Thanks,

Sreeni

(sreeni@nec-labs.com)
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