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SubjectRe: 2.4.20 (ramdisk device naming at boot time(/dev/ramdisk/<n>) vs. after devfs is mounted(/dev/rd/<n>))
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devfsd.conf has some stuff in it about making symlinks. Maybe this would work 
for you. It is worth a look.

--Brian Jackson

On Wednesday 15 January 2003 11:56 am, Adam Scislowicz wrote:
> In the 2.4.20 kernel, when using DEVFS the ramdisk naming is
> inconsistent. /dev/ramdisk/0 works for the kernel parameter initrd=
> while /dev/rd/0 works in fstab.
> For clarity: before DEVFS loads it must be referenced as /dev/ramdisk/0,
> yet DEVFS registers /dev/rd/<n>
>
> /)dam.. . . D o n ' t S t o p
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