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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] [Request for inclusion] Filesystem in Userspace
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    > No.  Actually, put it in sysfs, and then udev will create your /dev node
    > for you automatically. And in sysfs you can put your other stuff
    > (version, etc.) which is the proper place for it.

    Next question: _where_ to put other stuff? In /proc this has a
    logical place for filesystems: /proc/fs/fsname/other_stuff. But
    there's no filesystem section in sysfs.

    So?

    Thanks,
    Miklos
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