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SubjectRe: Patch: 2.5.62.4 small devfs
Hmmm

I'm already using the existance of .devfsd to see if devfs was mounted
by the kernel at boot. This suggests I need a new test for small devfs?

Andrew

jordan.breeding@attbi.com wrote:
> if [ -f /dev/.devfsd ]; then
> you know you have old devfs
> fi
>
> Jordan (I am fairly certain that it is /dev/.devfsd, you can always do ls -
> al /dev/.* to find the real name)
>
>>Hi Adam
>>
>>Could you suggest a simple bit of sh script that will tell me if I have
>>a devfs or small devfs kernel, (so my init scripts can decide whether or
>>not to load devfsd?)
>>
>>Andrew Walrond
>>
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