g.esp at free.fr
Mon Oct 13 14:30:56 PDT 2008
----- Original Message -----
From: "Valter Douglas Lisbôa Jr." <douglas at trenix.com.br>
To: "LFS Developers Mailinglist" <lfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2008 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: Udev Rules
> > > > Matthew Burgess wrote:
> > > >> I'd prefer to follow upstream and put the Udev supplied default
> > > >> in /lib/udev/rules.d.
> > > > Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > > > I say keep them in /etc.
> I'm too.
Place of rules is not only a matter of taste between /etc and /lib
If you place everything on /etc, there is no more a priority at one place
for custom changes.
> > udev maintainer claim
> > "Most udev rules are not config files, not supposed to be edited, and
> > therefore do not belong into /etc."
> > http://marc.info/?l=linux-hotplug&m=121839763301840&w=2
> > Gilles
> Well, than it couldn't be editable by a config file, correct?. At least,
> the "defaults" for the basic devices must to be resonable, and we all make
> ours "udev-configs packages" to create a secure and organized /dev because
> these defaults are somewhat insecure or/and ugly.
> I always believe that /lib and /usr/lib are place to store modules,
> binary data and support programs, not plain configurarion texts. Be it for
> create defaults or not.
placing rules on /etc is discouraged like editing _default_ rules
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