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SubjectRe: bitkeeper / IDE cleanup
    From dalecki@evision-ventures.com Wed Mar  6 13:53:24 2002

> I very much distrust the possibility of defining any abstract interface.
> For special purpose things one just wants to send certain commands and
> data to the disk, and user space knows which commands and what data,
> and the kernel doesn't, so has to allow user space access.

Well then please answer the following:
...

Actually Alan Cox convinced me that it still makes sense to have a
IOCTL_ATA_DRIVE_TAKE_ME_HARD_FROM_THE_REAR, but ...

Aha, so you are convinced. That is what I hoped to achieve.

Andries
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