r7602 - trunk/udev-config

archaic at linuxfromscratch.org archaic at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri May 12 16:49:00 PDT 2006


Author: archaic
Date: 2006-05-12 17:49:00 -0600 (Fri, 12 May 2006)
New Revision: 7602

Modified:
   trunk/udev-config/25-lfs.rules
Log:
Added explanatory comments to 25-lfs.rules.

Modified: trunk/udev-config/25-lfs.rules
===================================================================
--- trunk/udev-config/25-lfs.rules	2006-05-12 23:29:17 UTC (rev 7601)
+++ trunk/udev-config/25-lfs.rules	2006-05-12 23:49:00 UTC (rev 7602)
@@ -1,4 +1,26 @@
-# /etc/udev/rules.d/25-lfs.rules: Rule definitions for LFS.
+# In the following example, each comma-separated section will be explained.
+# 
+# KERNEL=="mice", MODE="0644", GROUP="some group", NAME="input/%k", SYMLINK="mouse"
+# 
+# In the first section, a uevent generated by the kernel with the name "mice"
+# will cause a device node named "mice" to be created in the default location of
+# /dev with a default ownership of root:root and default permissions of 0660. In
+# the next 2 sections we change the default permissions and group ownership
+# depending on needs. In the 4th section, we change where the device node will
+# be created (in this example we want /dev/input/mice instead of /dev/mice). The
+# last section says to create a symlink in /dev/mouse.
+# 
+# Keep in mind that /dev is the default location for nodes and symlinks. If you
+# want a node or symlink in a subdirectory, you have to specify it (for example:
+# SYMLINK="input/mouse" would create a /dev/input/mouse symlink)
+# 
+# If for some reason you do not want a device node created for hardware that is
+# present, give it a blank NAME. An example would be DRI devices. X Windows will
+# handle those itself.
+# 
+# A final word of caution: Any particular rule must be written on one line and a
+# comma must separate each section of the rule. You can have either spaces or
+# tabs between each section.
 
 # Core kernel devices
 




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