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SubjectRe: Frame buffer device thinkings...
> On a completely unrelated framebuffer issue: I have a simple program
> which swaps colormap entries to give me a black-on-white screen.
> (Which isn't exactly the same as the "inverse" option, because that
> swaps foreground and background, so if I set text to display in red I
> get black-on-red instead of the desired red-on-white.) My problem is
> that the palette is reset to the default on every console switch. I'd
> like to have it persist across switches, but I don't know how
> impossible that would be. Comments?

What do you use to set the colormap?

Have a nice fortnight
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Faculty of Math and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Rep., Earth
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