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SubjectRe: [Linux-fbdev-devel] [announce 0/7] fbsplash - The Framebuffer Splash

> > > Thats why moving the eye candy console into user space is such a good
> > > idea. You don't have to run it 8) It also means that the console
> > > development is accessible to all the crazy rasterman types.
> >
> > Yep. The basic console we already have. Everyone who wants eye candy can switch
> > from basic console to user space console in early userspace.
> >
> Heh, I'm afraid it does not work like that. Anyone who wants eye-candy
> simply applies broken patch to their kernel... unless their distribution applied one
> already.
> Situation where we have one working eye-candy patch would certainly
> be an improvement.

Why do we need patches in the kernel. Just set you config to
vgacon. Then have a userspace app using /dev/fb and /dev/input create a
userland console. There is no need to do special hacks in the kernel.

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