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SubjectRe: Obtaining a list of memory address ranges allocated to processes
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On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 17:56 -0600, Stephen Torri wrote:
> I am trying to create a custom ELF and Windows PE loader for the purpose
> of security research. I am having a difficult time finding how to
> allocate memory for a binary at the desired address in memory
> (especially if its non-relocatable). I would like to see why I cannot
> get memory allocated at the exact address request in the binary headers.
> Is there a program or system call that allows me to see a list of memory
> address ranges allocated to the running processes on a system?

Hi,

check the /proc/<pid>/maps and /proc/<pid>/smaps files... they have
exactly what you need

Greetings,
Arjan van de Ven

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