Portable along architectures - no thanks?
Portbale along different devices and device driver implementations - no thanks?
Not to mess with hardware with preassumtptions how it works - no thanks?
Giving PC vendors a chance to get rid of silly legacy hardware - no thanks?
Abviously documented by beeing there - no thanks?
Just one case in switch statement + few bytes for copy from user and stuff - no
Actual hardware functionality abstraction - no thanks?
Operating system - no thanks?
*BUT* filesystems attached to /dev/ nodes - NO THANKS indeed!
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