Re: hotplug blacklists
On Sun, 18 Sep 2005, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> The new hotplug subsystem cannot handle blacklisting anymore, and now
> delegates it to modprobe.
> modprobe uses a different syntax, so the old /etc/hotplug/blacklist*
> files are not supported anymore.
What about user-installed blacklists? Will the new packages at least try to
convert these from blacklist format to modprobe format?
Otherwise you are likely to cause severe headaches to a lot of people whose
system crashes when a given module (that hotplug likes) is loaded, etc.
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