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    SubjectRe: /proc/pci
    On Mon, 22 Sep 1997, Teunis Peters wrote:
    > On the flip side, /proc means that the SCSI-silliness (moving /sdX based
    > on which appeared first) won't happen.
    > We definitely need some kind of /proc and make sure it's fast though.
    > [pity we can't boot off of /proc/scsi/ID...]

    For this to be implemented cleanly, we still need to make the transition
    to a larger dev_t (32 or even better 64bit) inside the kernel.

    glibc2/libc6 already supports a 64bit dev_t.


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