[E3-hacking] E3 Memory Map?

Matt Callow mc-lists at tesco.net
Wed May 17 10:01:27 BST 2006

Jonathan McDowell wrote:
> On Wed, May 17, 2006 at 08:18:32AM +0000, David J. Singer wrote:
>> Okaaaaay....  I really beginning to get the feeling that I'm asking for 
>> privilidged or restricted information here, and no one wants to say "we're 
>> not going to tell you that" :-)
I don't think anyone is trying to hide anything from you :-)
> NOR is at 0x0. SDRAM is 32MB at 0x10000000. NAND isn't memory mapped; it
> hangs off the MPUIO GPIO pins and latch2.
And the address for the standard OMAP stuff can be found in the TI 
documentation. The Amstrad specific peripherals are documented (at least 
as much as we know) on the wiki


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