[arch-general] is udev-164 a safe solution at the moment

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Thu Jan 20 04:38:54 EST 2011

Am 20.01.2011 06:51, schrieb Attila:
> Hi,
> still again after every 20 or 30 new boot udev-165 hangs both pc's with 
> archlinux. So my question is that if i step back to udev-164 will there be 
> problems with the initscripts or any other plans what you the devs have in the 
> near future? If yes than i can (or have to) live with this because it is very 
> seldom and therefore very hard to find out what is the problem.
> See you, Attila

Some people actually tracked down the kernel bug that is causing this,
but nobody opened a bug report about it upstream. If this is the same
bug I heard about, a workaround is deleting /lib/udev/ata_id.

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