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Old 04-06-2007, 04:06 PM   #1
amirh
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DMA xmit from kernel space to pci device memory


Hi,

I want to do a DMA xmit from the kernel memory space to the memory on a pcie device.
I want to use the DMA channel on the motherboard (Not the DMA on the PCI device).

At all the reference code that I looked at they use only one address. In xmit it is the source, where is the dest address?

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