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Old 07-11-2008, 07:58 AM
David Baron
Default Kernel config uevent path

Trying to compile a kernel.

The make oldconfig asks numerous questions, mostly about newly supported new
hardware and options that are probably not relevant or helpful to me.

However, it did ask for a uevent driver path which wants to default to

This does not exist since udev is being used. So ...

Do we leave it alone to default and
1. The kernel puts something there
2. or make a symlink there to udevtrigger or something else

Or do I set it directly to /sbin/udevtrigger

The man for udevtrigger seems to imply that this is what would be used. A
symlink might be better than compiling this in directly?

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