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SubjectRe: PNP patch into kernel when?

On Wed, 4 Dec 1996, Andrew E. Mileski wrote:

> Hooks are already in place for: PnP-ISA, PnP-BIOS, PCI, PCMCIA,
> EISA, legacy (non-identifiable and/or non-configurable). Adding hooks
> for new device types is easily done. Also, stuff like devices
> on docking stations are supported.

It is planned to support PNP monitors? They can tell the supported
frequency, which could be obtained by XFree from the /proc filesystem.
Would be nice. Today I can't switch displays without changing XF86Config.

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