[Pkg-lirc-maint] Re: lirc: provide udev rules
md at Linux.IT
Fri Nov 3 10:30:29 CET 2006
reassign 396841 udev
On Nov 03, Matt Taggart <taggart at debian.org> wrote:
> I think it would be nice if lirc provided a udev rules file. The upstream
> source provides 'contrib/lirc.rules' which contains,
> KERNEL="lirc[0-9]*", NAME="lirc/%n"
Can you check what other distributions do? I'd rather use an uniform
naming scheme, and if applications support it I favour a subdirectory.
> KERNEL=="lirc[0-9]*", NAME=="lirc%n", GROUP=="disk", MODE=="0660"
This is very stupid. Access to group disk is almost root, and mode 660
is the default. If the lirc package does not already use a group then I
suggest we use group video, which udev already uses for IR receivers
managed by the input subsystem.
> KERNEL=="lirc0", SYMLINK=="lirc"
Is this link actually needed by applications?
> I am not sure where this is supposed to be installed by the package
No, these rules are very simple and should go in the default udev
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