Robert P. J. Day wrote: > in order to have a udev-created device file belong to a > newly-created group, i added a trivial rules file to > /etc/udev/rules.d/, but i'm assuming i have to restart udevd to > have the new group recognized, since i can see from the man page for > udevd that there is a --resolve-names option which defaults to > "early", and i'm assuming that that means that only the groups that > exist when udevd *starts* are valid for rules files, is that correct? > > i kind of surmised that when i saw, in /var/log/messages, a udevd > diagnostic claiming that the group was "unknown". so, other than just > flat out killing udevd and starting it again manually, what's the > proper way to restart it so that it sees the new group? thanks. > You can try udevadm. Something like "udevadm control --reload_rules" should work. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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