On Tue, 6 Mar 2001, Christian Weisgerber wrote:

> Steve Kargl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > dump.8 and dump(8) both refer explicitly to nsa0 and nrsa0 whereas
> > sa0 and nsa0 are the actual device names in -current.

The dump sources also refer to only the 'r' devices (_PATH_DEFTAPE
is still "/dev/rsa0").

> Then this should be fixed.
> The non-'r' device names have been standard in -CURRENT for quite
> some time.  MAKEDEV only creates 'r'-names for backwards compatibility.

The backwards compatibility cruft should have been removed in -current
long ago.  I removed all 'r' devices from my /dev about a year ago but
haven't changed this in MAKEDEV.


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