Description of problem:
We're using a system CVS to track configuration changes properly.
udev isn't smart enough during running through its configuration
directory and an error message now.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create directory in /etc/makedev.d
Actual Results: Starting udev: error: /etc/makedev.d/CVS is not a
Expected Results: No such error message
It looks like udev only expect files in /etc/makedev.d, so why not
filtering the directory open for files only or skip file if it is a
this is makedev
If you invoke MAKEDEV with the "-i" flag, it will issue a warning instead of an
error if it runs into a problem reading its configuration.
How to tell using "-i" udev? ;-)
BTW: can I test the rawhide package on RHEL4?
Peter, edit /sbin/start_udev and change the MAKEDEV call.
yes, you can _test_ the rawhide package on RHEL4
Can confirm that it works now using following version: