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[linux-dvb] Re: No /dev/dvb entries with WinTV NEXUS-S under Kernel 2.6.6
I don't think I've ever seen hotplug do that, or even kudzu for that matter.
I can image kudzu creating /dev entries, - but removing them? That's a
little dangerious. Maybe someone else can confirm.
Maybe you can pinpoint the service that's causing the problem. Assuming one
of the startup services is deleting you dvb files, I would start by booting
the kernel in single user mode "kernel 1" or "kernel single", then calling
init 1, init 2 etc until you notice that the files have disappeared. You
should be able to determine which run level causes the problem, and which
services are started in that run level.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jean-Michel POURE
Sent: 03 June 2004 10:08
Cc: Steve Toth
Subject: [linux-dvb] Re: No /dev/dvb entries with WinTV NEXUS-S under
> Look for a file named makedev.napi, this creates the /dev/dvb files.
> When it's done, you might want to check the permissions on the /dev/dvb
> files are right for your users.
I did it before. The broblem is that because of "hotplug", these entries
vanish after reboot. Any idea?
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