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Subject[ANNOUNCE] 2004-01-05 release of hotplug scripts
I've just packaged up the latest Linux hotplug scripts into a release,
which can be found at:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=17679

Or from your favorite kernel.org mirror at:
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-2004_01_05.tar.gz
or for those who like bz2 packages:
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-2004_01_05.tar.bz2

I've also packaged up some pre-built (and signed) Red Hat FC 1 based rpms:
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-2004_01_05-1.noarch.rpm
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-base-2004_01_05-1.noarch.rpm

The source rpm is available if you want to rebuild it for other distros
or versions of Red Hat at:
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-2004_01_05-1.src.rpm
kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/hotplug-2004_01_05-1.src.rpm

The main web site for the linux-hotplug project can be found at:
http://linux-hotplug.sf.net/
which contains lots of documentation on the whole linux-hotplug
process.

This release is recommended for _anyone_ using the 2.6.0 and beyond
kernels who is still using hotplug scripts older than 2003_08_05, as a
number of changes have been made in order to support the 2.6 kernel
properly.

The release is still backwards compatible with 2.4, so there is no need
to worry about upgrading.

The full ChangeLog extract since the last release is included below for
those who want to know everything that's been changed, and who to blame
for them :)

thanks,

greg k-h

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Mon Jan 5 2004 kroah
- 2004_01_05 release

Mon Oct 13 2003 kroah
- sysfs entries for usb devices are in hex. Patch from Andrey
Borzenkov <arvidjaar@mail.ru>
- add input.rc and input.agent for input systems. Patch from Andrey
Borzenkov <arvidjaar@mail.ru>

Tue Oct 7 2003 kroah
- keep already loaded modules from causing messages in the syslog.
- added firmware.agent file from Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>
- Lots of patches from Bill Nottingham <notting@redhat.com> to try to
sync back up with the Red Hat hotplug package:
- hotplug-2003_08_05-networkdown.patch
Don't bring up network devices if the network service isn't
started.
- hotplug-2002_04_01-joydev.patch
Some extra joystick devices.
- hotplug-2003_08_05-tunnel.patch
Exclude tunl*/tun*/tap* from being brought up via hotplug
events
- hotplug-2002_04_01-wacom.patch
Some wacom tablets for evdev.
- hotplug-2002_04_01-usblcd.patch
usblcd mappings
- hotplug-2002_04_01-inhotplug.patch
Set IN_HOTPLUG environment variable as something users can
check in case they don't want some interface to be
automatically brought up.
- hotplug-2003_08_05-updfstab.patch
Run updfstab on usb-storage insertion, and general removal
(Probably needs to run on firewire, and other sorts of
removal devices). upfstab is a Red Hat specific program that
edits /etc/fstab to add entries for removable devices.
- added dasd (s390 stuff) tape and dasd agent files from SuSE and Red
Hat's hotplug package.

Wed Sep 24 2003 kroah
- fixed status display of usb drivers in the 2.6 kernel as
/proc/bus/usb/drivers is no longer present.
- fixed typo in the /sbin/hotplug comments as found by
Gary_Lerhaupt@Dell.com

Tue Sep 16 2003 kroah
- remove devlabel calls, it should just put its own link in
/etc/hotplug.d


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