On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 18:05, Thomas Woerner wrote: > There are test packages in http://people.redhat.com/twoerner/UDEV/ for using > udev in initrd with persistent devices. I just wanted to revisit this and ask how this work was going? I really have no technical opinions on how it should be implemented in detail, but I think it's pretty important to get default use of udev(*) into FC3 ... not just for dynamic device usage, HAL, etc, but in order to make read-only root setups (e.g., LTSP style network boot) easier. Regards, Owen (*) I know some people (yes, you, Jeremy) have serious reservations about the details of how udev is implemented. And I really just mean "dynamic creation of device nodes on a ram filesystem". But I don't think the fact that udev is too bloated/complex/policyless/whatever to run in Anaconda should keep us from trying to start fixing these problems for installed systems.
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