Re: devfs and udev
From: Måns Rullgård
Date: Tue Oct 07 2003 - 17:02:58 EST
Greg KH <greg@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> It's been my understanding that udev creates device nodes in a regular
>> filesystem. If this is the case, things like unclean reboots will
>> leave stale files behind. It will also not be easy to
>> bootstrap. Correct me if am wrong.
> mount -t ramfs none /dev
> That is what udev will run off of :)
There will still have to be some static device files to get the system
booted, right? init usually is rather unhappy if it can't find
> Again, can you point me to any documentation that states that udev will
> do this on a persistant filesystem?
Can you point me to any documentation at all?
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