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SubjectRe: [PATCH] adding PCI bus information to SCSI layer
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>     	open("/dev/ttyF00/speed=9600,clocal");
>
> is illegal. That may be a nice way to get much of the desired behaviour without
> totally breaking compatibility
>
> Linus has suggested we do something similar in 2.5.x for multiple
> data streams (or forks) in certain filesystems sugh as HFS and
> NTFS... you might want to check the two very similar ideas don't
> collide.

No collisions. There are other good reasons you dont want to do forks on files
that way (you need to enumerate them but if you make them directories all hell
breaks loose).

Alan

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