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SubjectRe: /sys/block vs. /sys/class/block
On Tue, Dec 21, 2004 at 10:20:57PM -0800, Greg KH wrote:

[snip]

> It is gross.

Indeed.

> But I guess I should ask, who really cares about this, so late in the
> sysfs structure game? Is /sys/block/ really a big problem for anyone?
> And if it is, I'd much rather someone make the required driver core
> changes to fix this up properly, than just put a symlink to paper over
> some userspace issue.

Maybe because *for once* it'd be nice to actually have inconsistencies
gotten rid of in their relative infancy instead of waiting 10 years
and then having to explain them as existing only for hysterical
raisins...

[snip]


Regards: David Weinehall
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