mounting nvram in the file system


I’ve got a pci card which contains NVRAM. I would
like to access this memory as if it were part of the file
system (i.e., cd \dev\nvram), and be able to create, read,
write files to and from it.

Seems like a perfect case for a resource manager. After
discussing this with a couple of my co-workers, I was
told of a “flash file system” which I could get from QSSL
which would pretty much take care of my task, with “10
lines of code or so”. Unfortunately, that’s as far as my co-
workers can remember.

Any pointers would be appreciated.