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Peek is an OS/2 Physical Device Driver that allows it's user to read/write from I/O ports, map physical memory into the processes address space and to reboot programmatically.

It works under OS/2 2.x or Warp.

It is intended for all of us who sometimes need to interface to a bit of (possibly self-built) hardware from OS/2, and don't want to write an OS/2 PDD for that purpose.

It thus violates OS/2 protection mechanism on purpose and should be used with caution.