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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] a very tiny /sbin/hotplug
* Eugene Surovegin (ebs@ebshome.net) wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 03:14:06PM -0800, Greg Kroah-Hartman wrote:
> > So, a number of people have complained over the past few years about the
> > fact that /sbin/hotplug was a shell script. Funny enough, it's the
> > people on the huge boxes, with huge number of devices that are
> > complaining, not the embedded people with limited resources (ironic,
> > isn't it...)
>
> This is probably because embedded people don't use hotplug at all :).
> On dozen different PPC and MIPS boxes I worked on, we never needed
> this feature.

I tend to focus on ARM, and find this very useful. I know of a number
of folks using erik andersen's "diethotplug" (which hasnt been touched
in some time). I look forward to your further hotplug improvements.
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Chris Larson - kergoth at handhelds dot org
Linux Software Systems Engineer - clarson at ti dot com
OpenZaurus Project Maintainer - http://openzaurus.org/
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