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    SubjectRe: DEVFS is very good compared to UDEV
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    On Tue, 2003-12-23 at 22:20, Jari Soderholm wrote:
    > Why could you develop it so that UDEV could create those
    > actual device files there also, then most linux
    > users would not need those horrible scipts anymore.
    > All that is then needed link from /sysfs to /dev dir.

    Well, udev way of doing things is very similar to Solaris. While booting
    with -r, or by creating /.reconfigure, Solaris kernel scans the hardware
    and creates entries in /devices tree. The /dev entries are just symlinks
    to /devices entries.


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