In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, David Malone writes:
>> Not really, the basic idea is just a linked list of rules:
>> name=="/dev/uscanner*" -> chmod 0644
>> driver=="bpf" -> chown user
>> It's not too much work, I just havn't had the time for it yet.
>> (Junior Kernel Hackers can apply here :-)
>OK - I thought you had something much more complex in mind after
>your example: "plugging the nuclear reactor into the serial port
>where you had a a modem plugged in yesterday".
No, that was to show why "persistence" is a bad idea.
>I presume you'd push the rules in using sysclt or did you have
>something more filesystem like in mind?
Nope, just a sysctl.
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