Chris sums3l at
Wed Nov 24 13:01:46 UTC 2004

Jaime Buffery wrote:
> Altough I know it is a little awkward to answer myself, I will enjoy it :P
> On Wed, Nov 24, 2004 at 09:33:23AM +0000, Jaime Buffery wrote:
>>On Tue, Nov 23, 2004 at 11:34:52PM -0500, Benoit Valiron wrote:
>>>Again about udev, I noticed that init.d/udev consider udev devices
>>>installed in /udev. In particular, the script set udev_root just
>>>after parsing /etc/udev/udev.conf, in which this variable is already
>>>defined (in my case, as "/dev") :
>>>----- quote from init.d/udev ---------------
>>>. /etc/udev/udev.conf
>>Okay, will fix.
> I have changed so now the udev.conf settings are read _after_ these defaults.
>>>----- end of quote ------------------------
>>>This causes problem during the creation of stdout, stdin and stderr,
>>>which are then created in /udev instead of /dev.
>>The problem is that udev has been added to boot via chkconfig. Remove it.
> I added an extra switch so [hopefully] udev nodes are not removed if udev is 
> running under /dev. You will see a warning msg, but your nodes shouldn't be 
> touched  - I want my nodes not to be touched be anyone I don't want, thank you 
> very much ]:-)
> Ciao,
> nestu ;)))

There is also /sbin/udevstart which you can use to create your nodes.

Chris :)

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