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SubjectRe: [RFC] Add some hooks to generic suspend code
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On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 18:21 +0200, Stefan Seyfried wrote:

> >> Sure, ideally. However, existing X knows how to deal with APM events,
> >> and thus APM emulation is an important thing to get something that
> >> works. Pne thing I should do is consolidate PPC APM emu with ARM one as
> >> I think Russell improve my stuff significantly.
> >
> > Perhaps we need apm emulation on i386, too?
>
> No. This is too ugly for words IMO. If we have one good mechanism of
> notifying userland, X can use this mechanism. Let's kill APM, not keep
> it alive.

Euh... maybe but I still think we need to keep this userland interface
alive for a little while. At least ARM and PPC have existing stuff that
rely on it.

Ben.


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