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    SubjectRe: Direct access to hardware


    On Sun, 23 Jul 2000, Andre Hedrick wrote:
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    > Or validate the commands listed in the SPEC for the default enable
    > interface, and grant unrestriced access to all command with a compile
    > option plus a sysctl flag that defaults in the off.

    I can live with that. The simple switch-statement that you posted as an
    alternative "minimal" approach would work for me. Preferably with an
    opt-out (sysctl-like thing).

    What I do NOT want to see is big re-organizations around this, especially
    considering that this is not something new. Simple.

    Linus


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