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Re: .oct file

From: kullstam
Subject: Re: .oct file
Date: 01 Sep 1999 18:48:37 -0400
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Bertrand HEYD <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> I use a C program using the outb and inb instructions. To compile it, I use
> the -O2 option in gcc. I would like to transform it into a .oct file, but
> mkoctfile refuse to compile it. Is there any examples of .oct files doing
> low level IO?

does this inb/outb stuff work in a regular C program?

> PS I use linux/586

i would think that the inb/outb instructions are kernel exclusives.
you may need to write a module driver for your hardware and figure out
how to talk to it using an int trap.

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