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I know this option is labelled as "legacy", but it is still required
for, eg, scsitools' rescan-scsi-bus.sh script - as far as I know there
is no other way to force Linux to notice that a device has been plugged
or a RAID controller configured to make a device accessible.  Can it be
enabled in future Debian kernels?

I'm unfortunately getting to the point where I need to build custom
kernels; however the old systems I've built are based on kernel-package
which seems to be deprecated.  Is there a simple piece of documentation
I can be pointed at for the best way to build customised kernels based
on Debian's ones?


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