Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 701307
a couple of issues with 80-mm-candidate.rules
Last modified: 2012-08-07 11:58:26 EDT
$ rpm -q ModemManager
$ udevadm info -q all -n /dev/tty1
There are two issues with "ID_MM_CANDIDATE=1":
1) MM probably should not consider virtual console devices interesting
2) MM should not prefix its stuff with "ID_"
(Noticed by Lennart Poettering.)
Good to know; but MM already excludes the virtual ports internally and does not probe them. We could however do this via the udev rules.
For the ID_ thing, it was suggested to use ID_ a long time ago, though I'd entertain suggestions for alternatives. I think ID_ was supposed to be used to distinguish 3rd-party rules from internal stuff. Hits for ID_ yield 45 udev rules files, of which MM is only one...
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