I did not encounter any problems with cdrecord used directly after
switching to udev.
On Mon, 2005-11-28 at 22:14 +0100, Rüdiger Greeb wrote:
> Joerg Schilling wrote:
> >You are a victim of unplanned changes in the Linux kernel and it may be that
> >you run software that is not used on Linux by default.
> Is there a plan about Linux changes? I just found a 'final word' about
> udev vs. devfs that was written almost two years ago. (*)
> >If you like use cdrecord, you need to create a correct set of /dev/* entries
> >on your machine. If it appears that a specific new implementaions will stay for
> >more than 2 years, I will have a look at it and start adding support.
> Well it looks as if udev has been implemented for two years now and many
> distros start to enforce the use of udev now (two years seem to be a
> common interval).
> I suppose that most users use cdrecord through k3b and k3b's Author is
> much more willing to adapt his software to changes in Linux. I did not
> encounter any problems using it after changing to udev which will
> probably save you a lot of Linux problem reports.
> (*) http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/hotplug/udev_vs_devfs
- Re: Cdrecord!
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