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dcons_crom - Configuration ROM stub for dcons(4)



      dcons_crom - Configuration ROM stub for dcons(4)


      device dcons_crom
      device dcons
      device firewire


      The dcons_crom exposes the buffer address of dcons(4) through the Config‐
      uration ROM of firewire(4).  This address is supposed to be used by
      dcons(4), firewire(4), fwohci(4), dconschat(8), fwcontrol(8)


      Hidetoshi Shimokawa 〈〉


      If you load dcons_crom.ko manually after the system is booted, you may
      have to initiate a bus reset using “fwcontrol -r” to update the Configu‐
      ration ROM.


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