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SubjectRe: problems with devfsd compilation
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Georg Nikodym (georgn@somanetworks.com) wrote:

> Also, RH7's /etc/rc.sysinit can already start devfsd automatically
> with the following line:
>
> [ -e /dev/.devfsd -a -x /sbin/devfsd ] && /sbin/devfsd /dev
>
> So, all you have to do is create an empty file /dev/.devfsd

That file is created by devfs itself, and is used for communication
with devfsd. What the check for that file accomplishes is to only
start devfsd if devfs is mounted.

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