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Re: char-major-10

On Tue, 10 Sep 1996, Boris Beletsky wrote:

> On Mon, 9 Sep 1996, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> lists>alias char-major-10-0 busmouse
> lists>alias char-major-10-1 psaux
> lists>alias char-major-10-2 msbusmouse
> lists>alias char-major-10-4 amigamouse
> lists>alias char-major-10-5 atarimouse
> the only prob is that i don't use bus/msbus/amiga/atarimouse
> i use simple (trivial!) mman logitech
> so i don't understand why the kerneld looking for that module *shrug*

Btw, if your system is working fine (i.e. mouse working, etc.) you can
just ignore the kerneld message. It doesn't do any harm, other than being
slightly annoying. That's what I do.

Everyone: is there no way of knowing the minor number of the char-10
device for which kerneld got the request? (Without patching kerneld, that


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