The generic, software fillrect is here:
Handy tip: I find "gid" an extremely helpful tool for spelunking through the kernel source:
1. Install the Gnu id-utils package
2. cd /usr/src/linux
<= FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU WANT TO USE "GID" ON THE KERNEL SOURCE
<= THIS WILL INDEX THE ENTIRE KERNEL TREE
4. gid fb_fillrect | less
<= THIS LED ME TO "cfb_fillrect", WHICH LED ME TO "cfbfillrect.c"
'Hope that helps .. PSM
The xorg (X windows) source is also a handy thing to have around for this kind of adventuring ;-)
Last edited by paulsm4; 05-23-2006 at 07:39 PM.