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[directfb-dev] Re: Video overlay questions
Michel DÃ¤nzer wrote: > /dev/cle266vgaio can very well exist without the kernel module, in > particular if /dev isn't mounted as devfs. If you at least opened it and > verified that it behaves as expected... I do that too. The device is opened and mmapped in driver_init_driver(). I know there is a function for this in DirectFB, but this way I can ask the hardware where the IO registers are in the physical memory space, instead of assuming that they are right behind the framebuffer. At any rate, this is just a stopgap solution until a real framebuffer device is developed. When that happens, changes to the DFB driver will be minimal. Off topic: Btw, isn't the framebuffer becoming somewhat of a shared resource? Wouldn't it be appropriate with a memory manager for it, in the DRM module perhaps? /Andreas -- Info: To unsubscribe send a mail to email@example.com with "unsubscribe directfb-dev" as subject.