On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 11:09:03PM +0100, Michal Soltys wrote:
Michal Soltys wrote:
As for your #3 idea, you can store that blacklist file in i.e. /dev/.udev/blacklist, which you can remove later, after udev processing.
Also, rc.sysinit script you could add extra trigger pass for failed events, i.e.
Actually, let it stay there. /dev/.udev/ is always present after udevd is started, and is never removed. So just generate the blacklist early in rc.sysinit, like you suggested, and keep it there - this way it can be reused whenever script responsbile for loading modules is called.
What if you blacklist a module after booting, then plug in some hardware? http://www.archlinux.org/pipermail/arch-dev-public/2008-February/004941.html
The previous udev package still looks like the most acceptable way.