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Re: overriding udev rules

On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 10:39:13AM +0200, olivier sallou wrote:
> I need for a package to override some udev standard rules.

Well. This would be not suitable for a package in Debian itself.

> However, lintian raises an error if I put an udev rule in /etc instead of
> /lib.

lintian is moot for private packages.

> This particular package is for use in virtual machines creation where
> package removes default network persistence.

Use local administered MAC addresses. udev properly ignores them.

> Is there an other way to override udev rules in package or should I simply
> override the lintian error message?

You should neither. You have to fix the real problem.


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your human intuition.
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