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Re: debian and UDEV

On May 18, Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> wrote:

> The only other solution that keeps the asynchronisity is what Joey
> suggested at the start: Instead of waiting/polling for udev events to
> finish move the code into udev rules that get called asynchronously
> when the devices appear. That means overhauling the complete boot
This is what distributions like SuSE did, BTW.

> concept of Debian. Not something I would do lightly. And not always
> easy. E.g. how do you convert startx into an udev rule so it can load
> the mouse modules savely?
You teach X about hotpluggable devices, which I understand is something
that has been already planned.


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