Re: udev: what does it used for in Debian?
>>>>> Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> writes:
>>>>> On Oct 24, Ivan Shmakov <email@example.com> wrote:
>> So, the kernel won't try to autoload a module when the corresponding
>> device gets accessed?
> Not for *hardware* drivers, since it cannot know which driver is
Not even via modprobe.conf(5)?
>> I've never heard of that (and Googling for “linux equiv” doesn't
>> seem to return anything relevant to the problem.) What's it?
> I meant equivs.
Somehow, I've totally missed this one. Which, indeed, I've a
plenty uses for. Thanks!
> Anyway, I think that if you want to learn how udev works then you
> should send your questions to an users support mailing
Well, seems like there're little specific to Debian in how udev
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