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SubjectRe: Generic VESA framebuffer driver and Video card BOOT?
> What this means is that it should be possible to build a new version of
> the VESA framebuffer console driver for the Linux kernel that will have
> these important features:
>
> 1. Be able to switch display modes on the fly, supporting all modes
> enumerated by the Video BIOS.
>
> 2. Be able to support refresh rate control on graphics cards that support
> the VBE 3.0 services.

How is this going to work if there are multiple graphics cards
installed? Each card will want to install it's own VBE extension
interrupt.

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Jon Smirl
jonsmirl@gmail.com
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