Nvidia sucks, sucks, sucks !
Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net
Fri Nov 10 20:46:24 UTC 2006
> On Fri, 10 Nov 2006 13:50:38 -0600
>>How about one of them was a real-time version of Linux, called Blue Hat?
>>Marketed by, of all companies, Red Hat. Do you suppose that this is
>>perhaps somewhat similar to the current topic of discussion?
> Not really. I was talking about things that exist.
What on Earth do you mean by that? Are you claiming that I
made up Blue Hat? Or do you refer to the fact that they
no longer market it? (A quick Google didn't turn anything up.)
If the former, then I find that offensive.
> I can point you at Linux OS's with a stable binary kABI - they're all
> basically Red Hat or SuSE Enterprise Linux products repackaged, because
> the work is too hard to do randomly.
Umm, I don't understand what the clause "to do randomly" means.
In any case, a unified approach to driver interface is certainly
possible, and does not stifle kernel development. The fact that
Linus has so far chosen not to do such a thing is not to anyone's
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