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    Support for reading (fake) CMOS · 288a5a15
    Ben Avison authored
      * Moved the NVMemory entries out of s.Stubs into s.CMOS.
      * Removed default list of CMOS contents and replaced with a block of zeros.
        It was never in physical address order and wasn't being used anyway.
        Default CMOS belongs in the kernel in any case.
      * Reports NVMemory type 3 (HAL calls) rather than 0 (no CMOS).
      * No longer reports a Delete power-on (CMOS reset) on every boot.
      Tested on Raspberry Pi
    Version 0.12. Tagged as 'BCM2835-0_12'
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