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    SubjectRe: kill -9 <pid of X>
    On Tue, Aug 18, 1998 at 10:11:05AM -0400, Horst von Brand wrote:
    > And finally, being in the kernel doesn't guarantee that version 4.1 will be
    > compatible with 3.5 either. The reason the kernel _looks_ stable as an
    > interface to outsiders is that the interface from kernel to userland is
    > negotiated by libc and system programs. Just look at the Changes file in
    > your nearest kernel source, and ask yourself why you have to run those
    > library and program versions... the flamewars about kernel interface
    > changes have been memorable.

    The equivalent of the libc in the ggi proposal is the libggi. Kgi is
    only the minimal set a features necessary for a given card to ensure
    first stability then speed. Ggi is the user-level interface, provided
    by libggi, a mix-up of kernel accesses to kgi, direct card accesses
    and emulation where necessary. The actual user/kernel interface is
    defined on a case-by-case basis.

    OG.

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