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# Comms devices
 
KERNEL=="rfcomm[0-9]*", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="ippp[0-9]*", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="isdn[0-9]*", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="isdnctrl[0-9]*", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="capi", NAME="capi20", SYMLINK+="isdn/capi20"
KERNEL=="capi?*", NAME="capi/%n", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="dcbri[0-9]*", GROUP="uucp"
KERNEL=="rfcomm[0-9]*", GROUP="dialout"
KERNEL=="ippp[0-9]*", GROUP="dialout"
KERNEL=="isdn[0-9]*", GROUP="dialout"
KERNEL=="isdnctrl[0-9]*", GROUP="dialout"
KERNEL=="dcbri[0-9]*", GROUP="dialout"
 
# ALSA devices go in their own subdirectory
 
/trunk/lfs/udev-config/ChangeLog
1,219 → 1,226
2009-03-15 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules: Remove the ISDN-handling rules (replaced with upstream's
version, which has a better match via SUBSYSTEM).
* 55-lfs.rules: Replace "uucp" with "dialout" now that udev has decided
to standardize on a Debian-like setup (uucp is for UUCP daemons to use
for privilege separation; dialout is for users and devices).
 
2008-12-07 Bruce Dubbs <bdubbs@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules: Change one line to use continuation so it does
not overflow the book's width.
* 55-lfs.rules: Change one line to use continuation so it does
not overflow the book's width.
 
2008-12-07 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules: Remove several rules that are either provided by upstream,
or that don't have any effect (there is no /dev/js or /dev/djs according
to devices.txt).
* 55-lfs.rules, 61-cdrom.rules: Replace ACTION=="add" with "add|change"
everywhere, per upstream's general request.
* 55-lfs.rules: Remove several rules that are either provided by upstream,
or that don't have any effect (there is no /dev/js or /dev/djs according
to devices.txt).
* 55-lfs.rules, 61-cdrom.rules: Replace ACTION=="add" with "add|change"
everywhere, per upstream's general request.
 
2008-11-11 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules, 61-cdrom.rules: Fix comments to use the right rule
numbers. Thanks to Trent Shea for the fix. Closes #2278.
* 55-lfs.rules, 61-cdrom.rules: Fix comments to use the right rule
numbers. Thanks to Trent Shea for the fix. Closes #2278.
 
2008-10-15 DJ Lucas <dj@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules: Override default perms on floppy disk devices provided
by 50-udev-default.rules. Thanks to Bruce Dubbs for the fix. Closes
LFS ticket #2076.
* 55-lfs.rules: Override default perms on floppy disk devices provided
by 50-udev-default.rules. Thanks to Bruce Dubbs for the fix. Closes
LFS ticket #2076.
 
2008-05-21 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 81-firmware.rules, doc/81-firmware.txt: Remove. This rule is
already handled by udev's 50-udev-default.rules file. The docs
can be added back later if needed.
* Makefile: Don't install the above deleted files.
* 55-lfs.rules: Remove the device-mapper rule, since the upstream
50-udev-default.rules file handles it properly.
* 81-firmware.rules, doc/81-firmware.txt: Remove. This rule is
already handled by udev's 50-udev-default.rules file. The docs
can be added back later if needed.
* Makefile: Don't install the above deleted files.
* 55-lfs.rules: Remove the device-mapper rule, since the upstream
50-udev-default.rules file handles it properly.
 
2008-04-02 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Makefile: Make the package DESTDIR-friendly by installing the docs
into a fixed $(PREFIX)/share/doc/udev-config directory, instead of
trying to figure out what version of udev was just installed.
* Makefile: Make the package DESTDIR-friendly by installing the docs
into a fixed $(PREFIX)/share/doc/udev-config directory, instead of
trying to figure out what version of udev was just installed.
 
2007-10-30 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 55-lfs.rules: Since the dialout group was renamed to uucp, delete
the rules that override upstream's assignment of the dialout group.
Replace "dialout" with "uucp" on the remaining rules.
* 55-lfs.rules: Since the dialout group was renamed to uucp, delete
the rules that override upstream's assignment of the dialout group.
Replace "dialout" with "uucp" on the remaining rules.
 
2007-10-29 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 51-lfs.rules: Move to 55-lfs.rules.
* doc/51-lfs.rules: Move to doc/55-lfs.rules.
* 51-lfs.rules: Move to 55-lfs.rules.
* doc/51-lfs.rules: Move to doc/55-lfs.rules.
 
2007-10-27 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Some rules in here are duplicates of rules from udev's
new 50-udev-defaults.rules file; remove them. Override permissions
where needed elsewhere (and document overrides in comments).
* 26-modprobe.rules: Provided by udev's 80-drivers.rules and built-in
modaliases for SCSI device-type modules in 2.6.22+ kernels; remove.
* 25-lfs.rules: Some rules in here are duplicates of rules from udev's
new 50-udev-defaults.rules file; remove them. Override permissions
where needed elsewhere (and document overrides in comments).
* 26-modprobe.rules: Provided by udev's 80-drivers.rules and built-in
modaliases for SCSI device-type modules in 2.6.22+ kernels; remove.
 
* 25-lfs.rules: Move to 51-lfs.rules.
* 27-firmware.rules: Move to 81-firmware.rules.
* 81-cdrom.rules: Move to 61-cdrom.rules.
* 25-lfs.rules: Move to 51-lfs.rules.
* 27-firmware.rules: Move to 81-firmware.rules.
* 81-cdrom.rules: Move to 61-cdrom.rules.
 
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Rename to 51-lfs.txt.
* doc/26-modprobe.txt: Rename to 80-drivers.txt, and modify to reflect
the upstream rules.
* doc/27-firmware.txt: Rename to 81-firmware.txt.
* doc/81-cdrom.txt: Rename to 61-cdrom.txt.
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Rename to 51-lfs.txt.
* doc/26-modprobe.txt: Rename to 80-drivers.txt, and modify to reflect
the upstream rules.
* doc/27-firmware.txt: Rename to 81-firmware.txt.
* doc/81-cdrom.txt: Rename to 61-cdrom.txt.
 
* Makefile: Use new filenames.
* Makefile: Use new filenames.
 
2007-07-31 Dan Nicholson <dnicholson@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Changed the usb_device rule tto create /dev/bus/usb
nodes if the usb_device in 2.6.22+ kernels. The rule was also changed
to only trigger on "add" events. This change is not backwards
compatible with older kernels.
* 25-lfs.rules: Changed the usb_device rule tto create /dev/bus/usb
nodes if the usb_device in 2.6.22+ kernels. The rule was also changed
to only trigger on "add" events. This change is not backwards
compatible with older kernels.
 
2007-06-12 Dan Nicholson <dnicholson@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix the CPUID nodes from cpu/%n/cpu to cpu/%n/cpuid,
which is what's expected in userspace apps such as x86info.
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix the CPUID nodes from cpu/%n/cpu to cpu/%n/cpuid,
which is what's expected in userspace apps such as x86info.
 
2007-06-08 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Add rules for DVB devices (create nodes in /dev/dvb/)
and floppies (create extra nodes based on CMOS type), copied from
the SuSE rules file. Thanks to Alexander Patrakov for the bugreport.
* 25-lfs.rules: Add rules for DVB devices (create nodes in /dev/dvb/)
and floppies (create extra nodes based on CMOS type), copied from
the SuSE rules file. Thanks to Alexander Patrakov for the bugreport.
 
2007-03-04 Matthew Burgess <matthew@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Makefile: Use `udevd --version' to work out what version of Udev is
installed (requires Udev >= 106)
2007-03-04 Matthew Burgess <matthew@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Makefile: Use `udevd --version' to work out what version of Udev is
installed (requires Udev >= 106)
 
2007-01-02 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Change CPU devices (cpu, msr, microcode) to be in
/dev/cpu/ and /dev/cpu/N/, to match Documentation/devices.txt.
* 25-lfs.rules: Change CPU devices (cpu, msr, microcode) to be in
/dev/cpu/ and /dev/cpu/N/, to match Documentation/devices.txt.
 
2006-10-21 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Makefile: Add a missing backslash in install-extra-doc.
* Makefile: Add a missing backslash in install-extra-doc.
 
* 05-udev-early.rules, 60-persistent-input.rules,
60-persistent-storage.rules, 95-udev-late.rules: Remove. The book
will install these files from udev's etc/udev/rules.d directory
instead.
* Makefile: Don't install these rules files after all. Also, only
install corresponding docs if requested.
* 05-udev-early.rules, 60-persistent-input.rules,
60-persistent-storage.rules, 95-udev-late.rules: Remove. The book
will install these files from udev's etc/udev/rules.d directory
instead.
* Makefile: Don't install these rules files after all. Also, only
install corresponding docs if requested.
 
2006-10-20 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Makefile: Added; contains targets to install rules and doc files.
From Dan Nicholson.
* Makefile: Added; contains targets to install rules and doc files.
From Dan Nicholson.
 
2006-10-14 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 05-udev-early.rules, 60-persistent-storage.rules: Sync up with
upstream sample rules files (from udev-102), except for one rule
which is more specific in our tarball and should probably be changed
upstream.
* doc/60-persistent-storage.txt: Modify to match the changes. Also
fix a couple typos.
* 05-udev-early.rules, 60-persistent-storage.rules: Sync up with
upstream sample rules files (from udev-102), except for one rule
which is more specific in our tarball and should probably be changed
upstream.
* doc/60-persistent-storage.txt: Modify to match the changes. Also
fix a couple typos.
 
* 25-lfs.rules: Remove duplicate rules (ttyS[0-9]* is also matched by
tty[BC...S...][0-9]*, and ttyUSB[0-9]* is in there twice).
* 25-lfs.rules: Remove duplicate rules (ttyS[0-9]* is also matched by
tty[BC...S...][0-9]*, and ttyUSB[0-9]* is in there twice).
 
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix Alsa device KERNEL rules. Udev uses shell-style
glob matching, not regular expressions, so the old rules would match
nonsense device names like hw0asdf and pcmDzxcv. As long as the first
character after the "fixed" portion was in the list, the rule would
match; it wouldn't apply the same character range to later characters.
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix Alsa device KERNEL rules. Udev uses shell-style
glob matching, not regular expressions, so the old rules would match
nonsense device names like hw0asdf and pcmDzxcv. As long as the first
character after the "fixed" portion was in the list, the rule would
match; it wouldn't apply the same character range to later characters.
 
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Add a note on interaction between permissions and
symlinks.
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Add a note on interaction between permissions and
symlinks.
 
2006-10-09 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscrtach.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix fb[0-9]* device permissions (should use the default
0660).
* 25-lfs.rules: Fix fb[0-9]* device permissions (should use the default
0660).
 
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Fix typo: /dev/ptmx is given mode 0666, not 0660.
Also tweak the comment about other TTY devices.
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Fix typo: /dev/ptmx is given mode 0666, not 0660.
Also tweak the comment about other TTY devices.
 
2006-10-04 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 05-udev-early.rules: Remove WAIT_FOR_SYSFS="bus" rule. With kernel
2.6.18, this rule is no longer required.
* 05-udev-early.rules: Remove WAIT_FOR_SYSFS="bus" rule. With kernel
2.6.18, this rule is no longer required.
 
* doc/05-udev-early.txt: Update to match.
* doc/05-udev-early.txt: Update to match.
 
2006-09-28 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* doc/60-persistent-storage.txt: Explain persistent storage rules, or
at least the parts I understand. (I don't use DASD or netblock or
several other supported configurations.)
* doc/60-persistent-storage.txt: Explain persistent storage rules, or
at least the parts I understand. (I don't use DASD or netblock or
several other supported configurations.)
 
* doc/81-cdrom.txt: Explain 81-cdrom.rules.
* doc/81-cdrom.txt: Explain 81-cdrom.rules.
 
* doc/95-udev-late.txt: Explain 95-udev-late.rules. Documentation is
now finished.
* doc/95-udev-late.txt: Explain 95-udev-late.rules. Documentation is
now finished.
 
2006-09-26 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* doc/60-persistent-input.txt: Explain (in probably too much detail)
60-persistent-input.rules.
* doc/60-persistent-input.txt: Explain (in probably too much detail)
60-persistent-input.rules.
 
2006-09-24 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* doc/05-udev-early.txt: Rewrap to fit 80 columns.
* doc/05-udev-early.txt: Rewrap to fit 80 columns.
 
* doc/26-modprobe.txt: Explain 26-modprobe.rules, and modaliases.
* doc/26-modprobe.txt: Explain 26-modprobe.rules, and modaliases.
 
* doc/27-firmware.txt: Explain 27-firmware.rules.
* doc/27-firmware.txt: Explain 27-firmware.rules.
 
2006-09-24 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Explain 25-lfs.rules.
* doc/25-lfs.txt: Explain 25-lfs.rules.
 
* 25-lfs.rules: Use SYMLINK+= for isdn/capi20 also.
* 25-lfs.rules: Use SYMLINK+= for isdn/capi20 also.
 
2006-09-23 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* doc: New subdirectory to contain documentation of rules
* doc/README: New file, top-level documentation
* doc/*.txt: New documentation files, one for each rules file. Only
05-udev-early.txt has anything in it.
* doc: New subdirectory to contain documentation of rules
* doc/README: New file, top-level documentation
* doc/*.txt: New documentation files, one for each rules file. Only
05-udev-early.txt has anything in it.
 
2006-09-23 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 25-lfs.rules: Add "ignore_device" to OPTIONS for DRI devices, instead
of setting NAME to an empty string. This matches the way we ignore
devmapper / LVM devices.
* 25-lfs.rules: Add "ignore_device" to OPTIONS for DRI devices, instead
of setting NAME to an empty string. This matches the way we ignore
devmapper / LVM devices.
 
2006-09-22 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 60-persistent-input.rules, 95-udev-late.rules: Import from udev-100.
60-persistent-input.rules creates persistent symlinks for input
devices, and 95-udev-late.rules enables udevmonitor.
* 60-persistent-input.rules, 95-udev-late.rules: Import from udev-100.
60-persistent-input.rules creates persistent symlinks for input
devices, and 95-udev-late.rules enables udevmonitor.
 
* 60-persistent-storage.rules: Replace ATTRS{../removable} with just
ATTRS{removable} on partition devices. Replace ATTRS{removable}
with ATTR{removable} on whole-disk devices.
* 60-persistent-storage.rules: Replace ATTRS{../removable} with just
ATTRS{removable} on partition devices. Replace ATTRS{removable}
with ATTR{removable} on whole-disk devices.
 
2006-09-20 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* 05-early.rules: Missed a rule in the last change. ENV{PHYSDEVBUS}
in the rule that waits for the "bus" symlink should be replaced by
SUBSYSTEMS.
* 05-early.rules: Missed a rule in the last change. ENV{PHYSDEVBUS}
in the rule that waits for the "bus" symlink should be replaced by
SUBSYSTEMS.
 
2006-09-20 Bryan Kadzban <bryan@linuxfromscratch.org>
* Adapted rules to the new matches used in udev-098 and above (e.g.,
SYSFS becomes ATTRS). Prevents warnings, and support for the old
matches will be removed eventually. These rules will not work with
udev-097 and before!
* Fixed several bugs in the rules left over from previous udev
versions (missing commas, overwriting user symlinks using ="..."
instead of +="...", and matching against "*" instead of "?*").
* Adapted rules to the new matches used in udev-098 and above (e.g.,
SYSFS becomes ATTRS). Prevents warnings, and support for the old
matches will be removed eventually. These rules will not work with
udev-097 and before!
* Fixed several bugs in the rules left over from previous udev
versions (missing commas, overwriting user symlinks using ="..."
instead of +="...", and matching against "*" instead of "?*").
 
* Renamed CHANGELOG to ChangeLog, started using pseudo-GNU-format
entries. (See standards.info; search it for "changelog" to get
the general gist.)
* Renamed CHANGELOG to ChangeLog, started using pseudo-GNU-format
entries. (See standards.info; search it for "changelog" to get
the general gist.)
 
dnicholson - Jul 14, 2006
* Fixed usbdev PROGRAM so that it works with the BusyBox sh. Thanks
to Anthony Wright.
* Fixed usbdev PROGRAM so that it works with the BusyBox sh. Thanks
to Anthony Wright.
 
n/a - Jul 12, 2006
* Added options so temporary nodes are not created with device-mapper
* Adapted cdrom rules to identify CD-ROM drives correctly by adding
SUBSYSTEM=="block" test.
* Added simple 81-cdrom.rules file to set cdrom group ownership
* Added options so temporary nodes are not created with device-mapper
* Adapted cdrom rules to identify CD-ROM drives correctly by adding
SUBSYSTEM=="block" test.
* Added simple 81-cdrom.rules file to set cdrom group ownership
 
n/a - Jun 07, 2006
* Removed nvidia rules
* Removed bug reporting rule
* Moved Debian-based persistent CD-ROM rules to contrib
* Adapted firmware rule to udev-093
* Removed nvidia rules
* Removed bug reporting rule
* Moved Debian-based persistent CD-ROM rules to contrib
* Adapted firmware rule to udev-093
 
n/a - May 15, 2006
* Part one of 25-lfs.rules rewrite
* Some minor tweaking of the layout
* Part one of 25-lfs.rules rewrite
* Some minor tweaking of the layout
 
n/a - May 12, 2006
* Initial import of the udev-config directory.
* Reorganized and modularized the rules files.
* Added explanatory comments
* Initial import of the udev-config directory.
* Reorganized and modularized the rules files.
* Added explanatory comments