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Old 02-08-2007, 04:47 AM   #16
biniou
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FB stands for "Frame Buffer" ... This is some special "driver" that allows to use graphic card capabilities directly thru kernel (explanation might be inacurate, but it's something like that) ... This FB allows to boot in a graphical mode (among other things)

But what's the relation between FB and wireless, I don't know ...
 
  


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