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SubjectRe: When is OSS going to go?
On Oct 18, 2005, at 14:48:37, John Richard Moser wrote:
> Got a link or a subject line I should search for? "OSS
> remove"
> "OSS sound remove" "Open sound system" all return garbage.

> Jeff Garzik wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 02:01:43PM -0400, John Richard Moser wrote:
>>> The Open Sound System has been depricated. . . since. . . when
>>> the heck?
>>> 2.4? Is it ever going to drop off? Are there a few cards in OSS
>>> that
>>> don't work right in ASLA?
>> Already been discussed; check the archives.

I don't remember if it ever got patched, but linux/Documentation/
feature-removal-schedule.txt should contain a mention of it and
pertinent quotes from the LKML thread.

Kyle Moffett

There is no way to make Linux robust with unreliable memory
subsystems, sorry. It would be like trying to make a human more
robust with an unreliable O2 supply. Memory just has to work.
-- Andi Kleen

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