Install udev-config docs

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sat Oct 14 19:19:51 PDT 2006


Dan Nicholson wrote:
> Now that Bryan has documented the udev rules, I was thinking that we
> should install them. They're much better off on disk then in the
> tarball.
> 
> We could just add a command to the book to do it, but then I figured a
> Makefile would be nice. So, I've attached a diff that adds some simple
> Makefiles to the udev-config directories.
> 
> The usage would be:
> 
> make install # installs rules in /etc/udev/rules.d
> make install-doc # installs doc files in
> /usr/share/doc/udev-$(UDEV_VERSION)
> 
> The sucky part is that I couldn't figure out how to query the udev
> version from the installed files, so it's just a hardcoded variable in
> the Makefile. This might not be so bad, though, since this value would
> also indicate which udev version the rules are compatible/tested with.
> 
> Thoughts? The Makefile details can definitely be changed. I just want
> to see what people's thoughts are on the installation.

You ought to consider /usr/share/doc/udev without the $(UDEV_VERSION).
I don't think the documention will change with every iteration of udev.

  -- Bruce



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