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SubjectRe: devfs to be obsloted by udev?
On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 10:32:20AM -0400, Ed Sweetman wrote:
> >>I dont see the real benefit in having two directories that basically
> >>give the same info.
> >
> >What "two directories"? udev can handle /dev. What other directory are
> >you talking about?
>
> in your readme you use the example of making the device root for udev
> /udev ... I thought that was the official suggestion since udev couldn't
> be loaded immediately at kernel boot.

That's my suggestion today if you want to have a machine that's usable
:)

greg k-h
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On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 10:32:20AM -0400, Ed Sweetman wrote:
> >>I dont see the real benefit in having two directories that basically
> >>give the same info.
> >
> >What "two directories"? udev can handle /dev. What other directory are
> >you talking about?
>
> in your readme you use the example of making the device root for udev
> /udev ... I thought that was the official suggestion since udev couldn't
> be loaded immediately at kernel boot.

That's my suggestion today if you want to have a machine that's usable
:)

greg k-h
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