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    SubjectRe: udev on 2.6.14 fails to create /dev/input/event2 on T40 Thinkpad
    On Tue, Nov 08, 2005 at 10:52:09PM +0100, Marco d'Itri wrote:
    > On Nov 08, Theodore Ts'o <> wrote:
    > > .. and the Synaptics driver wants to talk to /dev/input/event2, and
    > > _not_ /dev/input/event3. But the Debian scripts seem to think that
    > > the only thing of value to expose is the /dev/input/event3, the very
    > > top of the stack. /dev/input/event1, and /dev/input/event2 are both
    > > not showing up on my system once a I boot a post-2.6.14 kernel.
    > Yes, sure. The current Debian package uses udevsynthesize, which knows
    > nothing about what happened post-2.6.14 in sysfs.

    Ugh, you don't use 'udevstart'? Oh well...

    Ted, this is a distro issue, not a kernel one. Marco, you are going to
    get a lot of error reports about this once 2.6.15-rc1 is out...

    Good luck,

    greg k-h
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