[blfs-support] usb (?hotplug?) problem
lfs65 at cruziero.com
Mon Aug 5 08:58:33 PDT 2013
> From: "lux-integ" <lux-integ at btconnect.com>
> Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2013 11:35:15 +0100
> Subject: Re: [blfs-support] usb (?hotplug?) problem
> I am beginning to wonder if devfs (especially the rewritten version in the mid
> noughties ) should not be dusted off and brought up to
> date (Linus are you listening ! ) Other operating sysems have been using
> inkernel devfs just fine .
> and here is another interesting development
Some years ago, we here just reverted to large-ish set of 'static' pre-made
device-files via MAKEDEV &c, along with automounting, and a few other
old(-ish/mature)-but-works-and-still-relevant methods. It just works.
((But then, we also sat-out all the *kit, grub, gnome, udev, sysvinit, &c&c
see-sawing: read about them, sure, understood them, sure, but rely on them for
work? No chance.))
((As for the linux kernel having a sysd-wrapper increasingly slipped around it
via a cabal of specious, solipsistic, untrustworthy, deceitful, &c&c 'programmers'
from, interestingly, a rather small and particular geographical spread, ... well,
I won't get started, and besides one doesn't need to: either Linux will see
through them and remain worthwhile; or it won't see through them and become
not-worthwhile. Dead simple.))
More information about the blfs-support