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Re: Blocking write access to /dev/kmem
My apologizes for my last mail, I didn't specified what I was looking
for enough. What I'm searching is the code that locks /dev/kmem, not
how to block /dev/kmem.
> [tech is not the place to ask this kind of question, misc is. You
> should read the openbsd web site, especiallly about the mailing
Technical topics for OpenBSD developers and advanced users.
Please direct 'new user' and installation-related questions to misc.
Do you think it was a newbie question?
> Do an ls -l on those devices, for starters. That will tell you something
> Also, do a man mem for more information, which will lead you other
> places, like securelevel(7). That will give you a better picture of
> whats going on.
> Remember that the man pages on OpenBSD are really good, and
> random "man whatever" or "apropos whatever" can lead to very
> interesting reading.....
What makes you think I didn't read the man pages?
> --STeve Andre'
> On Tuesday 11 June 2002 16:58, Luis J. M. wrote:
> > I've been looking for how OpenBSD blocks the writing access for /dev/km
> > and /dev/mem unsuccessfully and I'd be interested in know how it's done
> > Does anyone knows how?
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