/sbin/udevstart : I miss something
Posted Feb 24, 2005 9:42 UTC (Thu) by danielos
Parent article: Recent Changes to /sbin/hotplug
With the release of the 050 release of udev, if /sbin/udevstart is the kernel hotplug program (it can be changed by modifying the value of the /proc/sys/kernel/hotplug file), then it operates like the original /etc/hotplug.d multiplexer program as well as handling all of the udev device node generation.
|-- 10-udev.hotplug -> ../../../sbin/udevsend
|-- 20-hal.hotplug -> /usr/libexec/hal.hotplug
It is ok to have udevsend there?
On Debian could it be managed by debconf ?
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