Device nodes (Manually Created )are removed at boot > -time
peebhat at gmail.com
Sun Dec 18 06:24:17 UTC 2005
On Sat, 17 Dec 2005 23:48:05 +0530, <fedora-list-request at redhat.com> wrote:
> Message: 7
> Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2005 09:26:02 -0800 (PST)
> From: Antonio Olivares <olivares14031 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: Device nodes (Manually Created )are removed at boot
> To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list at redhat.com>
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> --- Parameshwara Bhat <peebhat at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello List,
>> My modem driver-needed to be built from
>> source-created device nodes like
>> /dev/slamr0 ,/dev/slusb0.When I rebooted I found
>> these nodes cleared and
> 8> the daemon slmodemd dead.
> Use as superuser
> $ su -
> psswd ******
> # ungrab-winmodem
> # modprobe slamr
> # cp /dev/slamr0 /etc/udev/devices and/or
> # cp /dev/slusb0 /etc/udev/devices
>> I also need to install modules ungrab-winmodem and
>> slamr in that order and
>> I have put them in /etc/modprobe.conf in that
>> order.If the order is
>> reversed,slamr is grabbed by the kernel.But on
>> rebooting,I found in the
>> messages slamr grabbed by the kernel.Obviuosly,
>> module slamr got loaded
>> It appears there is some process earlier which loads
>> slamr module prior to
>> the processing of /etc/modprobe.conf.
> You do not need to include it in /etc/modprobe.conf.
> It is not needed with kernels > 2.6.
>> The sequence I want is,
>> 1.Load ungrab module
>> 2.load slamr module
>> 3.run init process /etc/init.d/slmodemd
>> This used to occur in this sequence in FC1 through
>> FC2. I am having
>> persistent problem in FC4.
>> My knowledge of Boot process is not well enough to
>> figure out what's going
> Things changed a bit with ungrab-winmodem kernels >
> 2.6.10, and udev since FC3. Autoloading of drivers
> changed somewhat. Try to use the script that follows.
> In case you have trouble, please send another email.
>> Parameshwara Bhat
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> Modify the following /etc/init.d/slmodem, to suit your
I will come back after I test.Thank you in the meanwhile.
> [olivares at localhost ~]$
> Hope this helps,
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