> I have a question, does /dev/mem wrap lgoically back to address 00000000 once
>  it's reached the end of physical memory?

Er, no, I wouldn't have thought so.

> 110779f460  7c 7c 52 53 44 20 50 54  52 20 2e 54 62 56 7c 2e  |||RSD PTR .TbV
> |.|
> Should this be far enough along for you to get what you need?  If so, I'll ju
> st kill it, gzip the outfile, and send it to you.

Definiely, thanks.

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