Re: Status of Kernel 2.4.28 packages?
I demand that Stephan Niemz may or may not have written...
> On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 20:02:25 -0600, Steve Greenland wrote:
>> Converting to udev is an additional step, and caused me a lot more work
>> than the basic 2.6 upgrade (mostly getting my head around it, and
>> converting from usbmgr).
> Yes, converting from devfs to udev is one thing that doesn't seem to be
ISTM that whether it's easy depends on whether your devices are adequately
represented in sysfs and the udev rules files. (I'm still using a script to
create /dev/dvb/*, although if I upgrade to drivers in a newer kernel or CVS,
I won't need that.)
> Another one is the ISDN support. Hasn't that changed significantly, too?
> And what's going to happen with /etc/modutils/*, how much manual tweaking
> would be needed there? [...]
None at all, but you may want to tweak things in /etc/modprobe.d/ instead.
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