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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove silly beep macro from pgtable.h
At 7:36 PM +0200 2001-05-15, Mike Galbraith wrote:
>On Tue, 15 May 2001, Jeff Golds wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Found this bit of unused code in the i386 and sh architectures.
>>As it's not being used, let's get rid of it. Also, pgtable.h seems
>>to be an odd place for this.
>I'd leave it.. folks with early boot troubles might find it useful.
> -Mike

Consider small rant about literal IO references to magic locations
hereby ranted. Especially in header files completely unrelated to the
IO function in question.

-#define __beep() asm("movb $0x3,%al; outb %al,$0x61")

Let's please not assume that every i386 implementation has a full set
of legacy PC IO hardware.
/Jonathan Lundell.
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