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SubjectRe: SVGA kernel chipset drivers. (yes, again)
On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, John Meacham wrote:

> On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, Jon Tombs wrote:
> >
> > - If you are going to try and use an existing standard, try the Windows NT
> > drivers, they are the only 32 bit drivers that you can demand from your
> > card vendor.
> >
> I was curious about this and was looking into reverse engineering the
> Win95 drivers to work under linux... and the feasability of creating a
> generic ggi driver to use a random win driver..... hmm as long as you camn

Check legalities first. It may be illegal to do this. I don't know that
you can link "windows" code to other apps w/o legal ramifications -- esp.
since win95 was supposed to be this big gaming thing.

Pascal, n.: A programming language named after a man who would turn over in
his grave if he knew about it.

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