jason at tommyk.com
Wed Jul 11 11:43:40 PDT 2001
> In building my latest lfs system, I began to ponder the trimming
> of the /dev file tree, and consider dev-fs. Are there any
> benefits to dev-fs that would make it worth the compatibility
> workarounds required?
well, I think so, cause there really arn't much workarounds to do other
than run the devfsd. OTOH, there are some little configuration things that
may be a little more obscure.
An example: I have a SB Live card and I havn't spent the time to configure
the permissions of the created entries. Therefore, in X, a regular user
can't play anything 'cause /dev/mixer and friends are all owned by root. I
know this is just a configuration issue, cause I've scanned over the docs,
just haven't yet had the time to fix it :/
Can't really think of anything else off the top of my head, but it's not
really that hard to implement so....
| Jason at tommyk.com |
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