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SubjectRe: ultrastor.c is a bit-rot
On Fri, Mar 21 2008 at 22:41 +0200, "H. Peter Anvin" <hpa@zytor.com> wrote:
> Matthew Wilcox wrote:
>> VESA Local Bus. It was (in some sense) the predecessor of AGP. We
>> treat it like ISA inside the kernel. On x86, EISA depends on ISA, so
>> the dependency, while wrong, does not affect any x86 users who have an
>> EISA card.
>>
>
> Well, one can say VLB was to ISA (a souped-up ISA bus with some of the
> worst limitations removed) what AGP is to PCI...
>
> -hpa

Hmm interesting, so someone took the VGA thing and made a storage device
for it. Did that ever happen with AGP? Any AGP scsi cards. I guess I can
Google for it.

Boaz


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