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Re: Udev problem



--- gary <garys mtaonline net> wrote:

> On Thu, 2006-02-16 at 13:20 -0500, Chethiya K Ranaweera wrote:
> > Did anyone experience a graphic problem after updating udev to
> the
> > latest package. I have a compaq laptop and after I updated my
> udev
> > whole login screen and everything else seem to misplace. Then I
> force
> > installed the udev package came with the cd and the problem was
> > solved. Unfortunately the new kernel requires the latest udev
> package.
> > Has any one experienced this problem? Thanks
> > 
>  Many of us had problems with the new udev. Look to earlier
> postings
>  on this list for various solutions or workarounds. I had both
> graphic
>  and permission issues. For me the easiest solution was to install,
>  like you, the earlier udev and boot into kernel-2.6.14-1.1656.
>               --gary

Can udev rpm just be erased? Would the system revert back to using
/dev directly or is this a kernel/system issue? Just wondering, Ric



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