[Buildroot] [PATCH 1/3] bump udev and clean up
yegor_sub1 at visionsystems.de
Wed Aug 3 13:41:18 UTC 2011
please use http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top-posting#Bottom-posting.
Am 03.08.2011 14:37, schrieb Diego Iastrubni:
> With the update of 173... lets bring this up again...
> I am having problems in my setup: I see the /dev/ directory quite
> empty. I found out that you removed the call to udevstart in S10udev,
> calling it manually fixed the "emptiness problem" and /dev/ is filled
> up as I expect.
> Is the problem caused by my side (I am using tmpfs, and not udevfs,
> and my kernel is *way* old). What is the equivalent of udevstart in
I've looked at what Debian maintainers do:
they use udevadm trigger --action=add
With the newer kernel you don't have such a problem as empty /dev/, because in BR devtmpfs will be used to fill that directory before mounting rootfs. So just starting udevd is sufficient.
> On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Diego Iastrubni <diegoiast at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 1:19 PM, Diego Iastrubni <diegoiast at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> You are probably right, qouting from
>>> http://www.spinics.net/lists/hotplug/msg04998.html :
>>> It's generally not a good idea to build new low-level tools against
>>> outdated kernels or run new low-level tools against them. Things can
>>> easily go wrong. We usually only test the other way around: new
>>> kernels on old userspace. That should work fine for quite a while.
>>> So, this patch demands:
>>> 1) newer toolchains
>>> 2) kernel 2.6.33 and above.
>>> (2) is bad, since 2.6.32 is still maintained. For (1), I have a patch
>>> in the works, I will test and report.
>> See patch attached. Just put it inside packages/udev and rebuild.
>> Works for me, and should not break other things, at least I hope.
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