adding a udev-config directory to the repo
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sun May 7 21:59:27 PDT 2006
> I can't imagine anyone disagreeing, but just to make sure, I'm wanting
> to add the udev-config stuff to the root of the LFS repo just like the
> bootscripts are. We currently have no revision control and that is just
> a hassle.
They aren't in the bootscripts area now?
I am shocked! Shocked I say... :)
Why don't you just add a directory /trunk/bootscripts/etc/udev/ and put
udef.conf and rules/d/* there? After all, the udev rules are a part of
the boot process, even if they are used at other times. You could also
put other files in the etc/ directory that are documented in Chapter 7.
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