... and if you don't know about this funny aliasing, you get screwed.
This is BAD DESIGN, once again.
> It is perfectly normal to export different interfaces for the
> same device. This is basically, what subfunctions on PCI do: Same
> device with different interfaces.
> Just that we do it through a driver with ide and through the
> hardware with a multi function PCI card.
> Applications don't care about devices. They care about entities
> that have capabilities and programming interfaces. What they
> _really_ are and if this is only emulated is not important.
> Sorry, I don't see your point here :-(
That seems to be a common theme with you.
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