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Re: user-written interrupt handlers

>Hmm, more scope for loadable ones I think - in fact, I am _sure_.  Myself,
>I'd like to see all but the TOSFS driver loaded at startup rather than linked
>in.  (I know this may be unreasonable, I haven't looked at it yet).

I'd go further and like a replacement (not so braindamaged) TOSFS loaded too.

>Then the kernel should go looking for the appropriate drivers for the
>current hardware, and load any user-supplied ones. (you'd probably do it
>with a small tree structure :
>or similar.  Who knows - it would be nice.  So would AiNA (you guess 8)
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