[aur-general] [arch-dev-public] [signoff] udev 118-2
eyeswide at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 15:52:44 EST 2008
one place that is mounted and writable at the time udev is started is /
printf "BLACKLIST=\"$BLACKLIST\"\n MOD_AUTOLOAD=\"$MOD_AUTOLOAD\"\n"
I haven't had the chance to play with the testing packages, but this
setup seemed to work ok when i was playing with it.
>From what I've read, it seems one can mount a ramfs under /etc/udev/
rules.d/, add a bunch of udev rules there, and dispense with load-
modules.sh altogether. if this works udev should be able to start
lickety-split. But I'm not sure what all to use for rules. or if it
works at all
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