Re: udev problem
Magnus Therning wrote:
The sequence in which you install / remove the packages seems
significant, however. On a second box, I thought I would get "smart"
and install yaird and remove initramfs before I switched from 2.4 to 2.6
kernel, but that didn't work somehow. There were some dependent
packages that didn't get installed, or some command that was missing.
However, I rebooted to the new kernel with all the udev errors, then
tried yaird again, and that fixed it. If I try it on a third box, I'll
report what the problem was exactly :)
Haven't found any cons. I removed the initramfs package to trigger
kernel upgrades to use yaird.
IME yaird produces MUCH smaller ramdisks.