> bsdi does not have a /dev/io device file. Also, i couldn't get the
Right. /dev/io exists in FreeBSD to control who can or can't access I/O
ports. If you can open the file, you can read/write all of the ports.
BSDI is different. From the cqcam documentation:
BSDI: anyone can access the ports once root has run (usually at boot):
/usr/sbin/ioport -m 0x378 3 [ or 0x278, or 0x3BC ]
That allows anyone (so be careful) access to 0x378, 0x379, and 0x37A.
> scantmp = scan = qc_scan(qc, dummyscan, dummyretlen);
> This does compile, but i get a segfault. I did remove the reference in
Segfault is how the CPU + OS react to an unauthorized port hit.
Removing /dev/io should be the only significant change you have to make.
FreeBSD and BSDI do use the same argument order for outb.
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