iopoke

Name

iopoke -- Write I/O location

Synopsis

iopoke [-b location] [-1 | -2 | -4] [-v value]

Arguments

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
-b locationI/O addressI/O Location.none
-1 Access a one byte (8 bit) I/O location. Only the 8 least significant bits of value will be used-1
-2 Access a two byte (16 bit) I/O location. Only the 16 least significant bits of value will be used-1
-4 Access a one word (32 bit) I/O location.-1

Description

Writes a value to the I/O address space.

Examples

Write 0x0123 to 16 bit I/O location 0x200.

 
RedBoot> iopoke -b 0x200 -v 0x123 -2

2017-02-09
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