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SubjectRe: udev doesn't add a device for one of my partitions under 2.6.9
On Fri, Oct 22, 2004 at 01:39:01PM -0400, Ari Pollak wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm currently running kernel 2.6.9 with udev 0.034 and Debian's hotplug
> 0.0.20040329-15. I'm assuming this is a device driver bug and not a udev
> or hotplug bug because I'm pretty sure this worked fine in
> My only hard drive on my IBM Thinkpad T41 has a primary partition, a
> logical partition, and an extended partition (hda1, hda2, and hda5).
> Both /dev/hda1 and /dev/hda2 show up as devices, but /dev/hda5 doesn't
> show up at all. If I create the /dev/hda5 manually with mknod, accessing
> it works fine. Below is the IDE-related output from dmesg on system
> startup, the output from lspci, and my kernel config.

Does /sys/block/hda/ show partition the partition you are missing? If
not, there's no way that udev could know to create it.


greg k-h
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