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SubjectRe: Devfs strangeness in 2.4.18
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> Dag Nygren writes:
> > > Also check that you don't have bogus entries in your dev-state
> > > area. Mandrake had some configuration problems a few months back.
> >
> > Yess!!!
> > That's what did it, removing the sg? and st? entries from /lib/dev-state
> > did the trick. There were some oldies ghosting there. Thanks a lot
> > Richard, I didn't even know that there was a dev-state directory to
> > look for ;-).
>
> I've added an item to the FAQ about this.

A very good idea.

> > Is there any comprehensive documentation on devfsd and devfs
> > anywhere on the net? Could be good to read a bit more about this.
>
> Have you not looked at the FAQ?

Yes, but looking for sg and st stuff I didn't looh that carefully.
What I was missing at that time was a walkthrough of the
devfs and devfsd default operations.

Anyway it work beatifully now.
Thanks again

Dag


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