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SubjectRe: [patch] ess maestro, support for hardware volume control
Hi Alan.

>> What can happen as I see it is that userspace #2, which wants to
>> talk to a particular misc driver, actually ends up talking to a
>> different one because the minor gets reassigned between reading
>> /proc/misc to find out the number and mknoding and opening the
>> device:

> Looks true to me. So get a real misc device assigned for
> anything you use 8)

Wasn't the basis for devfs that it would effectively do the mknod'ing
for you? Or have I completely misunderstood the situation?

Best wishes from Riley.

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