2.3.18 and CONFIG_ADB_MOUSE
Geert.Uytterhoeven at sonycom.com
Mon Sep 13 18:54:20 EST 1999
On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Martin Costabel wrote:
> Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> > On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Martin Costabel wrote:
> > > Another small nit to pick: The adbmouse driver is offered as a module,
> > > but it doesn't compile when CONFIG_ADB_MOUSE=m is selected. The reason
> > > is this new
> > > __setup("adb_buttons=", adb_mouse_setup);
> > > line which is a fallout from the implosion of init/main.c.
> > > In <linux/init.h>, __setup is only defined #ifndef MODULE. I don't know
> > You have to use the mnoduleparams stuff. Look at de4x5.c for an example.
> Don't look at me for this. I'm just a (rather stupid, it seems)
Well, someone should fix the adbmouse driver...
> > > how other drivers handle this problem; in vger-2.3.18, the popular
> > > "atyfb=" kernel argument seems to have disappeared completely, for
> > > instance.
> > There never was an `atyfb=' option. Use `video=atyfb:' instead.
> Yes, sorry, and it's parsed in fbmem.c. But I still can't see how atyfb
> in 2.3.18 can work as a module.
I have to admit I never tried to use it as a module yet. I plan to do that,
though. When loaded as a module, it will use the default video mode.
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