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Re: HIDDEV not included in kernel

On Tue, Feb 05, 2008 at 07:23:55PM -0500, John K. Parejko wrote:
I have a Sun Ultra 60 which I'm using as a server and firewall. I'd like to run apcupsd to let it communicate with the UPS it is attached to, but HIDDEV is not activated in the default debian kernel. Does anyone here know why it isn't? Did it break something else?

You should file a bug about this, since it's active on my amd64 kernel. It was probably an oversight, since I don't see any comments in the Debian kernel svn about removing it.

p.s. I've got a 9GB SCSI drive that I pulled from this system (replaced with 2x18G more quiet drives) that I don't need, and it looks like some of the sparc dev systems are down with bad disks: could the project make use of it?

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