Re: Is it possible to implement interrupt time printk's reliably?
From: James Simmons
Date: Mon May 10 2004 - 19:27:27 EST
> So how long is the delay between PCI probe time (when the framebuffer goes
> active) and when early user space is up with initrd? Or is initrd up first? If
> initrd is up first then early user space mode setting will occur at the same
> time that it does currently.
Why do we even need a fbdev layer then!!! We might as well remove it
Its totally destroy's my dream of a real multidesktop OS :-( This is why
I'm so upset. Using userland libraries to do multidesktop OS is a really
limited retarded way of doing it. I worked on this for 3 years. Testing
different systems with different configurations. Now I realize it will die
a painful death.
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