1: # eXecute-In-Place (XIP) Support for NetBSD
3: XIP is a technique to execute programs directly from NOR FlashROMs without user programs copied into RAM as
4: page cache. Its basic functionality is realized with small changes in NetBSD because page cache management is already
5: concentrated in single place called UBC, where all file data access (read() / write(), and mmap()) go through. This paper
6: explains the design and implementation of the changes made to the NetBSD kernel to support XIP.
8: [BSDCan paper](http://www.netbsd.org/~uebayasi/bsdcan-2010-xip.pdf)
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