On Sun, 18 Jan 1998, you wrote:
>Really, it's the only acceptable way of pleasing everyone. We're
>all different people with different computing needs, different
>biases, different likes, different dislikes. Something like GGI
>is bound to not please everyone, so I doubt that it would ever
>get stuck into the mainstream kernel as a replacement for
>the console code. I'm sure it will be incorporated
>eventually, as a config option. I can't wait!
As far as I can see the goal are very nice, but:
At the moment it doesn't work as expected...
The newest CVS source applies to the current development
kernel but the only compiling driver on my systems is the
standard vga one (not very useful). Neither any other
nor the supplied libraries compile. My question: what should
it be good for?
The older official release works a little bit more but doesn't
integrate into the actual kernel, so I can't use it.
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