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Re: udev: invalid KERNEL operation

Marco wrote:
Hi everybody,
I have installed Debian Etch with a custom kernel version 2-6-15.
I have removed hotplug package and I have installed the udev package.
I have installed the hsfmodem driver downloaded from http://www.linuxant.com
and now when my system boot I have the following errors:

May 19 16:03:12 localhost udevd[1044]: add_to_rules: invalid KERNEL operation May 19 16:03:12 localhost udevd[1044]: add_to_rules: invalid rule '/etc/udev/rules.d/hsf.rules:1'

This is the file "/etc/udev/rules.d/hsf.rules":

KERNEL="ttySHSF0", SYMLINK="modem"

During the hsfmodem driver installation I have this output_
Config for modem unit 0: /dev/ttySHSF0
       Device instance: 0-PCI-80881:255A-1011:0565
       HW revision    : CXT29 SSD=25 LSD=0x11
       HW profile name: hsfmc97ich
       Registration ID: 3A9C-9CA1-974G
       License owner  : myemail
       License key    : FREE
       License status : FREE (max 14.4kbps data only)
       Current region : ITALY (T.35 code: 0059)

The /dev/modem alias (symlink) points to /dev/ttySHSF0

I don't know udev :-(

Could you help me?


This has come a few times over the past week. In case you missed it, the new version of udev requires you to use "==" for comparison and not just "="

ie KERNEL=="ttySHSF0"



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