Linux User Mode Pseudo Driver

Linux User Mode Pseudo Driver

The following code is provided as a reference for how to access some simple hardware from user space. As the comments say, it's not intended to replace a kernel mode driver but could be helpful.

Note: You must have access permissions to the "/dev/mem" device when you run the code. Typically, the "root" user has those permissions - consult your system setup for details.

This code can be downloaded here.