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    SubjectRe: DEVFSv50 and /dev/fb? (or /dev/fb/? ???)
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    Kragen> Yes. The unique identification is created when you plug the
    Kragen> device in, though.

    Not always. When you plug a device in, it may have a serial number
    or not, and the unique ID must be obtained from it. The _goal_ here is
    to be able to get the same ID for the same device always. With devices
    which implement s/n it is not a matter, but it kicks off when they
    don't implement it. I've received suggestions to use the bus topology
    to _guess_ which device may it be. It's the only way I can conceive
    ...

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