Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 501448
udev assigns wrong major number to /dev/capi20
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:27:53 EST
Description of problem:
I try to load the Fritz!X USB kernel module alongside the CAPI kernel modules. Entering "capiinit start" gives "could not access /dev/capi20 or /dev/isdn/capi20 - No such device or address (6)".
Looking at /dev/capi20, the device file has a major number 191 instead of 68 as specified in the kernel documentation.
How reproducible: always
Actual results: Entering "capiinit start" gives "could not access /dev/capi20 or /dev/isdn/capi20 - No such device or address (6)". Same result with "capiinfo".
Expected results: After issueing "capiinit start" a subsequent "capiinfo" should display the device's capabilities.
Same happen on Fedora 10
# rm -f /dev/capi20
# mknod /dev/capi20 c 68 0
Note that on initial load of capi modules /dev/capi has 68,0, but this changed here after calling capiinit.
Looks like there is an udev rule required, which catches /dev/capi20 and adjust the device node values.
BTW: loading of module capi explicitly mentioned "started up with major 68 (middleware+capifs)
@Reporter: pls. change version to 10
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Looks like fixed at least in F12
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