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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2006 3:29 pm 
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Does anyone know if its possible to get at the shared memory.
Basically i have an application (not mine) written in c++ i think that put images from cameras into shared memory for processing. Id like to be able to pull these images straight out of memory, because at the moment if pulling them from the streaming engine, saving them to disk then displaying them, which is slightly wastefull. But i dont even know if its possible. If it is im guessing it requires god like skills


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You may be able to convert your C++ code to a plugin that will do it, but I don't really write plugins, yet, so i don't know exactly how.

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Does Linux have the ability to create RAM disks?


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yes it does, but it dont want to put things into shared memory i want to get at the images stored by another application.

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