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SubjectRe: Getting past the 16-bit dev_t limitation.
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Followup to:  <39C1637B.8945251A@kahuna.cag.cpqcorp.net>
By author: John Byrne <jbyrne@kahuna.cag.cpqcorp.net>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Anyway, one of the things I was hoping to find out by going to
> linux-kernel was if there was anything other than devfs in the offing:
> such a larger dev_t. So if anyone wants to chime in on things other than
> devfs, I'd certainly like to hear about it.
>

A larger dev_t is a "must have" item for 2.5.

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