Skimming the source, it would seem another problem is where Xfbdev is
told to use the `default' mode and doesn't attempt to reset the virtual
height. What it really ought to do is take the mode parameters, unset
text, and reset the mode, I suppose; design oversight?
Why do no other architectures (apparently) suffer from this problem?
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