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SubjectRe: Why the DOS has many ntfs read and write driver,but the linux can't for a long time
On Mon, 2006-01-09 at 14:03 +0300, Yaroslav Rastrigin wrote:
> Hi,
> > > > money to the right people.
> > >
> > > Could or would you be so kind to provide at least moderately complete
> > > pricelist ? Whom and how much should I pay to have correct support for
> > > intel graphics chipset, 2200BG Wi-Fi, complete
> > > suspend-to-disk/suspend-to-ram and to get an overall performance boost ?
> >
> > Since these are all supported in 2.6.15, $0 would be my quote.
> I've mentioned _correct_ support. Contrary to current rather sad state of things.
> 855GM still has no support for non-VESA videomodes (1280x800 can be enabled only via VBIOS hacks, and is not always properly restored on resume)
> (and don't supported with intelfb) (which, AFAIK, has no support for dualhead)
> 2200BG sometimes starts to unacceptably lag and drop packets after going out of suspend (either STR or STD) and until reboot.
> (And this is driver issue)
> Suspend to ram works, more or less, but drains power like hungry cat drinks milk, and I just can't leave my laptop in STR for more than two days
> without worrying about my on-the-road availability.
> Suspend to disk has nasty tendency to ruin my whole hot live X session, since X can't properly restore VT on resume.
> Overall performance isn't that bad, either, but I just can't understand, why KATE (Kde more or less advanced editor) takes twice as long to start
> as UltraEdit in _emulated_ (VMWare) Windows XP running on this same box.
> So, the question remains the same - whom and how much I need to pay to solve abovementioned problems ?

Where are the bug reports? You didn't expect these to just fix
themselves did you?


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