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SubjectRe: Console handling (was: Re: Let's vote for PnP on 2.2)
On Sat, 13 Dec 1997, Alan Cox wrote:
> All you need is an ioctl() that gives a list of in/out/memory operations
> to do, and at the same time commits a "recovery" set of operations into
> kernel space to be run on screen switch back.
>
> Alan

Didn't Linux have that back when having different # of lines in different
VTs? (In a more limited form, naturaly, since the modes on different VTs
were, well, less different).

-=- James Mastros

--
When the annals of distributed computing are written, and the name 'Bovine'
appears in there, I can say "Hey, I was a part of that, I checked .0012% of
the keyspace".
-=- Brian Wilson <wilsonb@mindspring.net>
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