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SubjectRe: [patch] Re: Framebuffer...Why oh Why???
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> It's a bit weird... No one thinks about implementing SCSI or Ethernet drivers
> in user space, but for graphics that's all OK. Worse, for graphics it's even
> considered normal that the user space driver plays with the hardware behind the
> kernel driver's back...

Have a look at the iscsi back end. There are good reasons to do a lot of the
graphics from user space via X11 or via DRM. Performance is one very
significant case.

Alan
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