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SubjectRe: Overriding X on panic
On Sat, 2006-11-25 at 16:10 +0000, Alan wrote:
> > modesettings to use can still be in userspace, the execution of the
> > series of IO's would be in the kernel, and the kernel would store
> > bundles of settings, including a "rescue" one, but also for
> > suspend/resume...
> The mode switch sequences for modern cards are a bit more hairy than
> lists of I/O poking unfortunately.

for the Intel hw Keith doesn't seem to think it's all that much of a
problem though...

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