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SubjectRe: USB device allocation
David Weinehall wrote:
>
> > That is one way of doing it; IMO a very good way because it lets you
> > have policy in user space.
>
> Oh? And what kind of image of how devfs does things do you have then?
>
> This is how devfs works. The kernel part of devfs informs devfsd of the
> changes (what devices need to be created/removed), and devfsd nicely
> carries out its chores. User-space policy and persistent access-rights are
> there for you.
>

... in which case you don't need devfs at all.

-hpa

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