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SubjectRe: console.c
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Hello!

> letter have code 128+27=155. If you search for
> '128' (128 + 27) in console.c, you will find that it
> start a special processing (Esquare). This code appeared
> in the kernels later then 2.0.0.
>
> What is the right way to process
> this letter correctly?

The right way is to delete these stupid lines from console.c.

BTW it is this crap that was responsible for switching console
to a random state after any dump of binary file.
I deleted them years ago and do not remember, that I had to
reset console after this.

Alexey Kuznetsov

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