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SubjectRe: devfs and udev
On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 10:09:33PM +0000, bill davidsen wrote:
> In article <20031007213758.GB3095@kroah.com>,
> Greg KH <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org> wrote:
> | mount -t ramfs none /dev
> |
> | That is what udev will run off of :)
> |
> | Again, can you point me to any documentation that states that udev will
> | do this on a persistant filesystem?
>
> I'm going back to look again, but I don't recall that it won't, either.
> If it wants a ramfs on /dev, why doesn't it just create one? That's a
> question, not an argument! I had assumed it would run on a persistent
> f/s if present.

Whatever f/s udev runs on is independant of udev, it just runs. Ideally
distros / packagers should set things up so that it runs on ramfs.

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Tom Rini
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