Diff for /wikisrc/users/macallan.mdwn between versions 1.10 and 1.13

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 ## Personal crap you always wanted to know but never dared to ask  
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 ## Stuff I'm to blame for  ## Stuff I'm to blame for
 * rewrote the interrupt handling code in [[macppc]], made it machine independent enough to work on other PowerPC platforms as well  * rewrote the interrupt handling code in [[macppc]], made it machine independent enough to work on other PowerPC platforms as well
 * rewrote the ADB subsystem used on [[macppc]] and probably [[mac68k]] - no more phantom events, keyboard LEDs work now, mouse button emulation, support for [[cuda]]'s i2c bus, all in all it's much smaller and simpler than the old code  * rewrote the ADB subsystem used on [[macppc]] and probably [[mac68k]] - no more phantom events, keyboard LEDs work now, mouse button emulation, support for [[cuda]]'s i2c bus, all in all it's much smaller and simpler than the old code
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 * [[dbri]] - a driver for the ISDN / audio chip found in the SPARCstation 20 and SPARCbook 3GX, it's audio only, there is no support for the ISDN part  * [[dbri]] - a driver for the ISDN / audio chip found in the SPARCstation 20 and SPARCbook 3GX, it's audio only, there is no support for the ISDN part
 * [[panel]] - driver for the buttons on the SGI Indy's front panel  * [[panel]] - driver for the buttons on the SGI Indy's front panel
 * [[agten]] - accelerated console driver for Fujitsu [[AG-10e]] SBus graphics boards  * [[agten]] - accelerated console driver for Fujitsu [[AG-10e]] SBus graphics boards
   * [[cgtwelve]] - a console driver for Sun CG12 / Matrox SG3 graphics boards
 * [[chipsfb]] - accelerated console driver for Chips & Technologies 65550 graphics controllers  * [[chipsfb]] - accelerated console driver for Chips & Technologies 65550 graphics controllers
 * [[genfb]] - a generic framebuffer console driver. Depends on machine-dependent code to pass setup information as device properties  * [[genfb]] - a generic framebuffer console driver. Depends on machine-dependent code to pass setup information as device properties
 * [[gfb]] - dumb framebuffer console driver for Sun [[XVR-1000]] graphics boards  * [[gfb]] - dumb framebuffer console driver for Sun [[XVR-1000]] graphics boards
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 * [[r128fb]] - accelerated console driver for ATI Rage 128 graphics controllers  * [[r128fb]] - accelerated console driver for ATI Rage 128 graphics controllers
 * [[voodoofb]] - accelerated console driver for 3Dfx Voodoo 3 graphics controllers  * [[voodoofb]] - accelerated console driver for 3Dfx Voodoo 3 graphics controllers
 * [[voyagerfb]] - accelerated console driver for Gdium Liberty MIPS-based laptops  * [[voyagerfb]] - accelerated console driver for Gdium Liberty MIPS-based laptops
   * [[wcfb]] - console driver for 3Dlabs Wildcat graphics boards
 * [[xf86-video-ag10e]] - accelerated Xorg driver for Fujitsu [[AG-10e]] graphics boards  * [[xf86-video-ag10e]] - accelerated Xorg driver for Fujitsu [[AG-10e]] graphics boards
 * [[xf86-video-crime]] - accelerated Xorg driver for the SGI O2's onboard rendering engine  * [[xf86-video-crime]] - accelerated Xorg driver for the SGI O2's onboard rendering engine
 * [[xf86-video-igs]] - accelerated Xorg driver for IGS CyberPro 2010 and similar chips, tested on [[shark]] only but supporting at least [[netwinder]] should be trivial  * [[xf86-video-igs]] - accelerated Xorg driver for IGS CyberPro 2010 and similar chips, tested on [[shark]] only but supporting at least [[netwinder]] should be trivial
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 * [[igsfb]] - added mode setting support  * [[igsfb]] - added mode setting support
 * [[machfb]] - added hardware acceleration  * [[machfb]] - added hardware acceleration
 * [[pnozz]] - added hardware acceleration and cursor sprite support  * [[pnozz]] - added hardware acceleration and cursor sprite support
 * [[crmfb]] - added hardware acceleration and cursor sprite support  * [[crmfb]] - added hardware acceleration, cursor sprite, DDC2 and mode setting support
 * [[tcx]] - added hardware acceleration  * [[tcx]] - added hardware acceleration
 * [[tslot]] - adapted from OpenBSD, support for the PCMCIA slots in the SPARCbook 3GX  * [[tslot]] - adapted from OpenBSD, support for the PCMCIA slots in the SPARCbook 3GX
 * [[xf86-video-suncg6]] - added hardware acceleration  * [[xf86-video-suncg6]] - added hardware acceleration

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