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SubjectRe: 2.1.121 breaks compilation, initmem_freed undefined
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Alan Cox wrote:
> It made complete sense
> Linus wrote:
> > Something like this _would_ have made sense:
> >
> > #ifndef MODULE
> > show_the_logo();
> > #endif
>
> That would work too - yes, if you want to go stick that in about 20 frame
> buffers not in one place as it was before

Either that, or redo things so fbcon.c is built as a module as long as
none of the frame buffers that depend on it are built-in.

fbcon.c built-in --> frame buffer present at boot time --> show the logo
(and set a flag indicating the logo has been shown so loading a modular
frame buffer later on doesn't screw the pooch).

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