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remove example rules and put the dev.d stuff into the run_directory folder
authorKay Sievers <kay.sievers@suse.de>
Tue, 9 Aug 2005 18:11:26 +0000 (20:11 +0200)
committerKay Sievers <kay.sievers@suse.de>
Tue, 9 Aug 2005 18:11:26 +0000 (20:11 +0200)
The distro rules are the best example you can get and the use of
dev.d/ is no longer recommended.

Signed-off-by: Kay Sievers <kay.sievers@suse.de>
etc/udev/udev.rules [deleted file]
etc/udev/udev.rules.devfs
etc/udev/udev.rules.examples [deleted file]
extras/run_directory/README [new file with mode: 0644]
extras/run_directory/RFC-dev.d [moved from docs/RFC-dev.d with 100% similarity]
extras/run_directory/dev.d/default/pam_console.dev [moved from etc/dev.d/default/pam_console.dev with 100% similarity]
extras/run_directory/dev.d/net/hotplug.dev [moved from etc/dev.d/net/hotplug.dev with 100% similarity]
extras/run_directory/dev.d/snd/controlC0/alsa.dev [moved from etc/dev.d/snd/controlC0/alsa.dev with 100% similarity]

diff --git a/etc/udev/udev.rules b/etc/udev/udev.rules
deleted file mode 100644 (file)
index bebf748..0000000
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,46 +0,0 @@
-# There are a number of modifiers that are allowed to be used in some of the
-# fields.  See the udev man page for a full description of them.
-#
-# See the udev.rules.examples file for more examples of how to create rules
-#
-
-# if this is a ide cdrom, name it the default name, and create a symlink to cdrom
-BUS=="ide", KERNEL=="*[!0-9]", PROGRAM="/bin/cat /proc/ide/%k/media", RESULT="cdrom", NAME="%k", SYMLINK+="cdrom"
-
-# DRI devices always go into a subdirectory (as per the LSB spec)
-KERNEL=="card*",               NAME="dri/card%n"
-
-# alsa devices
-KERNEL=="controlC[0-9]*",      NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="hw[CD0-9]*",          NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="pcm[CD0-9cp]*",       NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="midiC[D0-9]*",                NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="timer",               NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="seq",                 NAME="snd/%k"
-
-# input devices
-KERNEL=="mice",                        NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="mouse*",              NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="event*",              NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="js*",                 NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="ts*",                 NAME="input/%k"
-
-# USB devices
-KERNEL=="hiddev*",             NAME="usb/%k"
-KERNEL=="auer*",               NAME="usb/%k"
-KERNEL=="legousbtower*",       NAME="usb/%k"
-KERNEL=="dabusb*",             NAME="usb/%k"
-BUS=="usb", KERNEL=="lp[0-9]*",        NAME="usb/%k"
-
-# CAPI devices
-KERNEL=="capi",                        NAME="capi20", SYMLINK+="isdn/capi20"
-KERNEL=="capi*",               NAME="capi/%n"
-
-# Network devices
-KERNEL=="tun",                 NAME="net/%k"
-
-# raw devices
-KERNEL=="raw[0-9]*",           NAME="raw/%k"
-
-# emulate dev.d/
-RUN="/sbin/udev_run_devd"
index 867f950..b7b2c4e 100644 (file)
@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@
+# The use of these rules is not recommended or supported.
+# In a world where devices can come and go at any time, the devfs scheme
+# of simple device enumeration does not help _anything_. Just forget about
+# it. Use custom rules to name your device or look at the persistent device
+# naming scheme, which is implemented for disks and add your subsystem.
+
 # There are a number of modifiers that are allowed to be used in some of the
 # fields.  See the udev man page for a full description of them.
 
diff --git a/etc/udev/udev.rules.examples b/etc/udev/udev.rules.examples
deleted file mode 100644 (file)
index 1c45278..0000000
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,63 +0,0 @@
-# There are a number of modifiers that are allowed to be used in some of the
-# fields.  See the udev man page for a full description of them.
-#
-#
-# These are some example rules that you could use to name your devices.
-#
-# If anyone has any other examples that they think should be in here for others
-# to use, please send them to greg@kroah.com
-#
-
-# Looking for scsi bus id 42:0:0:1
-BUS=="scsi", PROGRAM="/bin/echo -n test-%b", RESULT=="test-42:0:0:1", NAME="%c"
-
-# A usb camera.
-BUS=="usb", SYSFS{vendor}=="FUJIFILM", SYSFS{model}=="M100", NAME="camera%n"
-
-# USB Epson printer to be called lp_epson
-BUS=="usb", SYSFS_serial=="HXOLL0012202323480", NAME="lp_epson"
-
-# USB HP printer to be called lp_hp
-BUS=="usb", SYSFS{serial}=="W09090207101241330", NAME="lp_hp"
-
-# sound card with PCI bus id 00:0b.0 to be the first sound card
-BUS=="pci", ID=="00:0b.0", NAME="dsp"
-
-# sound card with PCI bus id 00:07.1 to be the second sound card
-BUS=="pci", ID=="00:07.1", NAME="dsp1" 
-
-# ttyUSB1 should always be called visor
-KERNEL=="ttyUSB1", NAME="visor"
-KERNEL=="ttyUSB0", NAME="pl2303"
-
-# a devfs like way to name some tty devices
-KERNEL=="ttyS*", NAME="tts/%n"
-KERNEL=="tty*", NAME="vc/%n"
-
-# if this is a ide cdrom, name it the default name, and create a symlink to cdrom
-BUS=="ide", KERNEL=="*[!0-9]", PROGRAM="/bin/cat /proc/ide/%k/media", RESULT=="cdrom", NAME="%k", SYMLINK+="cdrom"
-
-# DRI devices always go into a subdirectory (as per the LSB spec)
-KERNEL=="card*", NAME="dri/card%n"
-
-# create all 15 partitions of a USB flash card reader
-BUS=="scsi", SYSFS{model}=="CF/MD", NAME{all_partitions}="compactflash"
-
-# alsa devices
-KERNEL=="controlC[0-9]*",      NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="hw[CD0-9]*",          NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="pcm[CD0-9cp]*",       NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="midi[CD0-9]*",                NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="timer",               NAME="snd/%k"
-KERNEL=="seq",                 NAME="snd/%k"
-
-# input devices
-KERNEL=="mice",                        NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="mouse*",              NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="event*",              NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="js*",                 NAME="input/%k"
-KERNEL=="ts*",                 NAME="input/%k"
-
-# emulate dev.d/
-RUN="/sbin/udev_run_devd"
-
diff --git a/extras/run_directory/README b/extras/run_directory/README
new file mode 100644 (file)
index 0000000..022c664
--- /dev/null
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+Use these binaries only if you need backward compatibility with
+older udev versions. The use of /etc/dev.d/ is no longer recommended
+Use explicit udev rules with RUN keys to hook into the processing.
+
+  /etc/dev.d/ + /etc/hotplug.d/ directory multiplexing is completely
+  removed from udev itself and must be emulated by calling small
+  helper binaries provided by these helpers:
+      make EXTRAS=extras/run_directory/
+    will build udev_run_devd and udev_run_hotplugd, which can be called
+    from a rule if needed:
+      RUN+="/sbin/udev_run_hotplugd"
+    The recommended way to handle this is to convert all the calls from
+    the directories to explicit udev rules and get completely rid of the
+    multiplexing. (To catch a ttyUSB event, you now no longer need to
+    fork and exit 300 tty script instances you are not interested in, it
+    is just one rule that matches exactly the device.)
+