Re: PATCH/FIX for drivers/cdrom/cdrom.c

From: Oleg Verych
Date: Sat Aug 19 2006 - 12:50:07 EST

Lennart Sorensen wrote:

Hmm, so how does one tell hal to go to hell and leave the cdrom device
alone at all times (other than totally disabling hal).

AFAIK many drivers allow multiple opening of device files. If programs do not
honor any kind of locking (advisory, O_EXCL) use mandatory locking (DOS 2.0
compatibility, no problems ;)

Who the heck wants all that stupid auto crap anyhow. :)

Yea. But see RH managers on its videos, happy about usb sticks being plugged
and worked, he-he:

I've just installed debian-gnu and got all that
cpufrequtils, powermgmt, acpiutils installed on amd64 laptop
while i just need:
|modprobe powernow-k8
|modprobe cpufreq_ondemand
|echo ondemand >scailing_governor
Anyway long, almost 10 years, way to win95 and win98 is never ending ;D

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