Subject: NTSC/PAL in Kernel Config
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Stephen Champion <email@example.com>
Date: 01/21/1995 19:33:48
I was wondering about how the selection of NTSC/PAL in the kernel
config works on the ECS console. At the moment, I'm been running a kernel
with both defined, and am getting an NTSC console. I have the NTSC/PAL jumper
on my A3000 motherboard set to NTSC.
If I were to remove the NTSC console option from my kernel, would I then
get a PAL kernel, or would I get nothing at all? IE, does NetBSD make it's
console decision from hardware information, or software.
I'd prefer to default to a PAL console, but have never felt the need to
set the jumper to PAL since I can usually have software make the change. I'm
also in the mood to remove everthing extraneous from my kernel :^)
// Stephen Champion Amiga 3000/25 NetBSD 1.0
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