> I've sucessfully used Linux 2.4 intel frame buffer written by David Dawes
> as the only alternative to get around buggy bioses that make VESA unusable.
> He seems to have no plan to port it to 2.6, and I have no idea about required
> changes since they are Linux frame buffer internal API changes.
> Do you have plans to make the port since the frame buffer maintainer his
> probably the guy the best knows what needs to be adjusted ?
I don't have the hardware, so I cannot test it.
Any other takers?
> Please also notice that the URL listed in Linux MAINTAINERS file seems to be dead:
Thanks, we're already aware of that...
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