Andres Salomon wrote:
> Just a warning; I was informed by Alan that doing this for video
> drivers was unnecessary, since video devices were already enabled
> during bootup.
To clarify: the primary display device is enabled and initialized, and
its video BIOS executed, when during BIOS startup and before the Linux
kernel gets control. All other display devices are not only not
initialized, but they are disabled as well.
Marcus is doing sound ATM so I doubt this matters to him...
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