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SubjectRe: State of devfs in 2.6?
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Holger Schurig <h.schurig@mn-logistik.de> writes:
> Devfs for embedded devices is just great.
>
> * space. devfs doesn't eat space like the MAKEDEV approach.

Um, devfs does actually use a non-zero amount of code...

For a typical embedded device with about 5 entries in /dev I wouldn't
be surprised if devfs used a lot _more_ space...

-miles
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