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Re: FreeQt ?

> On 1 Jun 1997, Mark Eichin wrote:
> > actually, a lot of us find the sound driver stuff objectionable too
> > (because it leaves us with practically useless sound code, almost
> > enough to drive one to NetBSD :-) I still don't have any way to use
> > *both* ESS1688's in my laptop (when docked), which should be *trivial*
> > if the module took arguments like every other module in the
> > laptop... and didn't realize until now just how bad it was...
On May 31, Jason Gunthorpe wrote
> Yeah, I found it equally objectionable when I was reading it over,
> considering a few other things I'm -VERY- surprised it is in the kernel at
> all. 

I'm puzzled.

I just looked over the sound driver source code and didn't see anything
but GPL licenses in there.

I agree that configuration is lousy -- who ever thought that hard-coding
interrupts, dma and io ports at compile time was a good idea?


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