-On [20000506 21:55], Bruce Evans ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>On Sat, 6 May 2000, Maxim Sobolev wrote:
>> I've just noticed that "sh MAKEDEV acd1" doesn't produce node for acd1 due to
>> incorrect comparasion in the "while" loop. This affecting both 4.0-STABLE and
>> 5.0-CURRENT. With this message I'm attaching short patch which should solve
>> this little problem.
>This is the intended behaviour. "sh MAKEDEV acdN" is supposed to create
>N acd devices, numbered from 0 to N-1. This broken behaviour was introduced
>for cd*, mcd* and scd* in rev.1.171. It has since spread to acd*. Other
>types of disks are handled correctly.
Bah, bah, bah. I am really starting to wonder about this sunburn thing.
Can we settle this once and for all in a slightly sane manner?
I committed the change so that MAKEDEV acd1 creates acd1 and not just
I personally think this is more consistent with the wd/sa/da/ad
numbering scheme and would propose to fix the other cd* entries
likewise. Because otherwise somebody other than me will make the same
(commit) mistake x days/weeks/months/years into the future.
Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven Network- and systemadministrator
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> VIA Net.Works The Netherlands
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