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Re: what is /.udev for ?

* Steve Greenland wrote:
> On 10-Feb-05, 08:01 (CST), Frank K?ster <frank@debian.org> wrote: 
> > > This does not excuse the fact that someone with (a) root access,
> > > and (b) without the proper knowledge, went around rm'ing things.
> > 
> > I thought Debian was a distribution targetted at a wide audience,
> > including experienced server admins, and home users without any training
> > or special knowledge.
> Sure. But if one is just a user w/o training, then one shouldn't be
> deleting random parts of the file systems.
> Consider this:
> "I don't know much about cars, just how to drive one. I looked under the
> hood, and there were all these messy wires every where. I didn't like
> the way it looked, so I cut them all out. Now my car won't start."
> It's the *same* *thing*.

There's no label saying "if you don't like these wires, remove them".


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