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    SubjectRe: Synchronous board drivers
    Krzysztof Halasa wrote:
    : Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:
    :
    : > What if I want to do things differently. Right now I can re-educate syncppp.
    : > I can for example switch to hardware ppp and use software for X.25
    :
    : Not a problem. We just need to design a flexible interface.
    : Doesn't seem to be very hard in this case.
    :
    : > Almost every "mid layer" in the kernel has proved to be a mistake in the
    : > long term. SCSI is the classic example
    :
    : But I think it should help us this time.

    I think we should wait for Gergely Magarasz' FR drivers,
    and then we can discuss the further interface.

    -Yenya

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