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Re: Policy for devfs support

On Friday 22 April 2005 21:28, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org> 
> > SE Linux also has a list of device names for initially labelling a file
> > system.  Neither devfs nor devfs device names will work with SE Linux.
> That's fine.  But regular packages should not limit themselves like that
> IMHO.  That way, they will work under udev and static, with or without
> devfs, in either standard or devfs naming modes.  SE Linux has special
> needs, and that's quite easy to understand.

Every package has certain expectations about device node names.  Since devfs 
is now considered as a bad idea the naming scheme should be as well.

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