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Re: Corel Setup Design Proposal



On Sat, May 08, 1999 at 09:32:05PM -0500, Brian Servis wrote:
> Many modern monitors are 'plug-n-play'.  I don't know how it all works
> but they are able to tell the video card/drivers what frequencies they
> support, etc.  'Plug-n-play' could be tried first, then either ask or
> guess conservative.

That's all fine, but did we ever find out if someone were crazy enough to
pay for the PnP monitor specs (wasn't it $300 or so?) that an
implementation could be done and properly documented source released? 
Reverse engineering this just does not sound like fun.

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Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>            Debian GNU/Linux developer
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<jim> Lemme make sure I'm not wasting time here... bcwhite will remove
      pkgs that havent been fixed that have outstanding bugs of severity
      "important".  True or false?
<JHM> jim: "important" or higher.  True.
<jim> Then we're about to lose ftp.debian.org and dpkg :)
* netgod will miss dpkg -- it was occasionally useful
<Joey> We still have rpm....

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