In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "David O'Brien" writes:

>> Use DEVFS and it will work.
>Then it needs to be backed out.  This is the first thing that does not
>work w/NODEVFS and I don't believe the Project has agreed that absolutly
>requiring DEVFS is OK at this time.

No, in fact, clearcut warnings has been sent for over half a year
that after july 1st 2001 !DEVFS compatibility were no longer a
requirement and that DEVFS should be considered mandatory.

Due to my trying to get my new house into shape before winter the
progress on DEVFS has been slower than projected, but the goal is
still to make DEVFS entirely mandatory.

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