PMac Reverse engineering
toe at unlserve.unl.edu
Mon Nov 15 08:59:09 EST 1999
On Sun, 14 Nov 1999, Jens Ch. Restemeier wrote:
> Hi !
> There are still some issues with my 5500 to write Linux drivers for,
> like the (software) modem, and the I2C bus in via-cuda to access the TV
> card stuff. I've been a little absent from Linux-PPC but want to fix
> these sometime.
> Question: Is there any usefull freeware for MacOS to reverse engineer,
> what system calls an application does, and to disassemble system drivers
> ? Or is there somebody at apple who can be bugged to give out info ?
I'd recommend contacting the Apple Linux guy (Kevyn, was it?) first. xmon
at ftp://dev.linuxppc.org/users/paulus/misc/xmon.bin is very useful, and
you always have MacsBug. They are both powerful Mac OS binary debugging
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