I have a question, does /dev/mem wrap lgoically back to address 00000000 once it's
reached the end of physical memory?
I left the hexdump -C running all night and just checked and it's still running, and
the output file shoes that it's somewhere past
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 just kill
it, gzip the outfile, and send it to you.
Mike Smith wrote:
>>My motherboard is a Tyan S1696-DLUA dual P2-333. I am using the latest known
>> bios updates. ACPI is enabled, and APM disabled in
>>the BIOS. This happens regardless if PnP is on or off in the BIOS.
>>[dmesg | grep -i acpi]
>>ACPI debug layer 0x0 debug level 0x0
>> tbxface-0170: *** Error: AcpiLoadTables: Could not get RSDP, AE_NO_ACPI_TAB
>> tbxface-0222: *** Error: AcpiLoadTables: Could not load tables: AE_NO_ACPI_
>>ACPI: table load failed: AE_NO_ACPI_TABLES
> Your ACPI tables, assuming they exist, are somewhere we're not looking for
> them yet. 8(
> Can you try:
> # hexdump /dev/mem | grep "RSD PTR"
> and if it finds anything (the string should be left-aligned on the line)
> send me the line it outputs... (this will take a while).
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