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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] TSDEV - Don't flood dmesg with removal warnings

    On 7/29/07, Dmitry Torokhov <> wrote:
    > Hi Parag,
    > On Friday 27 July 2007 10:43, Parag Warudkar wrote:
    > > Ignore my previous whitespace damaged patch. This one should be good.
    > >
    > > tsdev.c warns about scheduled removal each time tsdev_open is called -
    > > So even for a default boot I get to see the warning 3 times -
    > The printk was moved per Andrew's request to make it more annoying.

    The fact that tsdev loads on most people's laptop for no reason and
    then gets opened 3 times ought to be annoying enough to make people
    delete that module :)

    > Obviously it is working ;) Do you know what is opening /dev/input/tsX
    > nodes?

    Who else but Xorg and the boat load of totally irrelevant crap (wacom
    etc.) that Ubuntu fills up in xorg.conf (perhaps)? Frankly I don't
    know for sure.

    Anyway the stated removal is only 3 months away so I guess people can
    live with the dmesg annoyance until that time.

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