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Old 03-27-2008, 08:49 PM   #1
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Memory dump command?

Hi, I'm wondering if there's a command or utility I can get that dumps content of memory at certain address? Actually, I'm interested in some memory mapped registers that're in the north/south bridge. I can figure out which address the registers are mapped to (e.g. 0xF000B000, or something like that.) Is there anything I can use that will dump content of address 0xF000B000-0xF000C000, for example?

I guess I could write a C program to do this. But I'm not really familiar with Linux. So before I re-invent the wheel, just wanted to check if there's already something similar?

Thank you.
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you can dump the memory


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