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SubjectRe: udev sysfs docs Re: State of devfs in 2.6?
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 01:39:56AM -0600, Matthew Reppert wrote:
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> My guess is, unfortunately, udev probably won't handle this any time
> soon. (Or, if it does, through some possibly clever mechanism that, as
> someone unfamiliar with the relevant bits of the system, I can't see.)

udev will never handle it. That's not its job.

> I'd be interested in a solution to this, mostly out of curiosity since
> it seems like it might be interesting, but I don't see a nice one coming
> easily. I wouldn't mind someone more clueful telling me I'm wrong,
> though. At the least, it means more people being receptive to moving
> to udev.

Solution for a problem that is non-existant on a properly configured
system? Why? :)


greg k-h
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