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SubjectRe: [OFFTOPIC] Re: *** next draft - press release ***
Date (Alan Cox) writes:

> > * Poor ISA PnP support. It's difficult to support well at all, but
> > the fact that it's currently done by a user-land tool that is
> > independent of kernel resource allocations is a serious problem.
> No thats not the problem really. The problem is that isapnp has a user
> interface flaw (it hasnt got one basically). If you had a nice Gnome/KDE/whatever
> GUI front end to isapnp you wouldnt even have noticed it wasnt in the kernel.
> Its a user-interface problem.

Hmm. isapnp just uses a flat file for configuration, right? That
shouldn't be too hard to do....maybe in my CFT I'll write something.

Shalon Wood

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