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SubjectRe: Development tree, PLEASE?


--On January 20, 2006 5:35:51 PM +0100 Marc Koschewski
<marc@osknowledge.org> wrote:

> Moreover, as far as I remember... my devfsd -> udev transsition went as
> smooth as a reboot.

The one machine I've got running 2.6+devfs under debian chokes in initrd
with an inability to find devfs during boot so I had to go back to static
/dev entries for it since atleast in sarge right now I'm not seeing a
quick-and-easy way to get devfs like support bundled via mkinitrd, but I
haven't looked, and I shouldn't have to. It shouldn't have gone away in a
stable kernel in teh first place. I realise things are changing, and need
to change but that's called development, and belongs in a development tree.

>
> Marc
>



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