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Re: memory dump on mips

To: Andi <>
Subject: Re: memory dump on mips
From: Thiemo Seufer <>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2008 14:54:49 +0000
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Andi wrote:
> Hi list,
> we are working on an embedded Linux device with a Sigma SMP8634 (MIPS
> 4KEc 300MHz CPU) mounted on it. Unfortunately we don't have access to
> the kernel running on the system.
> We figured out, that the bootloader loads the kernel image to 0x90020000
> (physical address).

This sounds like you are confusing physical and virtual addresses.
Typically the kernel is loaded to the direct-mapped KSEG0 segment,
which starts at physical 0x00000000 / virtual 0x80000000.

So the physical address you are looking for would be 0x10020000.


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