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    SubjectRe: The new X-Kernel !
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    On Sunday 21 October 2001 19:40, James Simmons wrote:
    > It sets the hardware state of the keyboards and the
    > mice. The user runs apps that alter the state. The second user comes along
    > and log in on desktop two. He runs another small application to test the
    > mice. It changes the state which in turn effects the person on desktop
    > one.

    Isn't this a driver problem? If two processes can interfere when using the
    same device the driver should only allow one access (one device file opened)
    at a time. And if two processes need to access it it should be managed by a
    daemon.

    bye...
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