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SubjectRe: kill -9 <pid of X>

Jes Sorensen writes:
> Jon M Taylor <taylorj@ecs.csus.edu> writes:
>> On 13 Aug 1998, Jes Sorensen wrote:
>>> Jon M Taylor <taylorj@ecs.csus.edu> writes:

> drivers. You have been told a million times here that acceleration
> belongs in user space and still you insist on putting it in the
> kernel where it does not belong.

Shut up, you elitist 680x0 user.

>> Well, you already gave us the tool we need to do this.
>
> And now you are telling us that kgicon is useless and should never go
> into the kernel - why do you keep wasting your valuable resources?
>
> If you want 100% safety, buy proper hardware, don't try to fix things
> inside the kernel with a sledgehammer.

Um, "buy proper hardware"? Shut up, you elitist 680x0 user.

>>> If you want to run X on broken hardware then you'll have to take
>>> the risk.
>
>> Not really. All I need to do is use fbcon with a kgicon
>> accelerated driver, and then run XGGI using the fbdev display
>> target. Should work just fine.
>
> But again, you just told us that you want to use kgicon to bloat the
> kernel with a ridiculous acceleration API which ought to never be
> included in the kernel.

We use ridiculous x86 hardware. Got a problem with that?

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