Subject: Re: Kernel printf Question
To: Ignatios Souvatzis <>
From: Carsten Hammer <chammer@phyhammer>
List: amiga-dev
Date: 02/06/1996 11:47:29
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> Its the accepted solution for Alphas running OSF/1, DECstations
> running Ultrix, Sparcs running SunOS or Solaris... why should it be
> wrong for anything running NetBSD?
> Remember: it might be the panic message you want to see under all
> circumstances, because you want to fix the kernel bug.

Please explain to me why there should not be a flag be added in the 
grf_??.c that tells if the screen is used at the moment bye /dev/grf? or
ite. It should be easy. All output on the console has to go through it.
speed reasons?