On Fri 18 Jan 2002 11:21, Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
> [.. re devfs ..]
> Seems to be generally okay, with the exception of a few glitches ...
> (like /dev/cdrom being linked to /cdroms/cdrom0 for some reason, so
> breaking the link ...)
What's wrong with /dev/cdrom being linkes to cdroms/cdrom0? That's
the correct path for the first CDROM device in the system.
Of course, if it's linked to /cdroms/cdrom0 (with a leading slash),
that's wrong - look in /etc/devfs/* to fix and restart devfsd.
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