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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ramoops appears geared to not support ARM
Il 01/11/2011 00:03, Bryan Freed ha scritto:
> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 1:57 AM, Marco Stornelli
>>> And I cannot shake the feeling that we have a fairly simple disconnect
>>> here. Ramoops expects to use _device_ memory because it uses
>>> ioremap(). But the buffer itself is accessed through /dev/mem which
>>> (as we use it with no mmap() calls) expects to give access to _system_
>> no mmap calls?! I don't understand how you are using /dev/mem.
> open(), lseek(), read(). No mmap is required for RAM, right?
> dd if=/dev/mem bs=1 count=1000 skip=32M

Mmmm, the operations done are different. Try: reserve the memory with
memblock_reserve and read some data with this useful program from the right location
(the address used for ramoops).

Let me know.


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