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njb_keyval_struct

njb_keyval_struct

Section: libnjb (3) Updated: 6 Mar 2010
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NAME

njb_keyval_struct -  

SYNOPSIS


#include <libnjb.h>  

Data Fields


char key [5]

u_int32_t value1

u_int32_t value2

unsigned char deviceid [16]

njb_keyval_t * next
 

Detailed Description

Struct to hold key/value pairs which are used for some kind of DRM encryption scheme. Usage unknown.

Examples:

handshake.c.  

Field Documentation

 

unsigned char njb_keyval_struct::deviceid[16]The SDMI compliant device ID associated with this key

 

char njb_keyval_struct::key[5]The name of this key (AR00, PL00 etc.)

Examples: handshake.c.  

njb_keyval_t* njb_keyval_struct::nextA pointer to the next key/value pair

Examples: handshake.c.

Referenced by njb3_destroy_state().  

u_int32_t njb_keyval_struct::value1The first 32 bit unsigned integer of this key

Examples: handshake.c.  

u_int32_t njb_keyval_struct::value2The second 32 bit unsigned integer of this key

Examples: handshake.c.

 

Author

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Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
Data Fields
Detailed Description
Field Documentation
unsigned char njb_keyval_struct::deviceid[16]The SDMI compliant device ID associated with this key
char njb_keyval_struct::key[5]The name of this key (AR00, PL00 etc.)
njb_keyval_t* njb_keyval_struct::nextA pointer to the next key/value pair
u_int32_t njb_keyval_struct::value1The first 32 bit unsigned integer of this key
u_int32_t njb_keyval_struct::value2The second 32 bit unsigned integer of this key
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