Re: how to do ? minimal udev script for my rc.sysinit ?

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On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 7:46 AM, Robert Milasan <rmilasan@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This might help:
> # start udev daemon (udevd might be called systemd-udevd)
> /path/to/udevd --daemon || echo "udev error" >&2
> # trigger events
> /path/to/udevadm trigger --action=add || echo "udev trigger error" >&2
> /path/to/udevadm trigger --type=subsystems --action=add || echo "udev trigger error" >&2
> # wait for events to finish
> /path/to/udevadm settle || echo "udev settle error" >&2
> --
> Robert Milasan

Hi Robert,
thanks, actually, I am testing things like that.
Do you know if I need to add a line for --type=devices and what it is for ?
Do you also know the minimal rules to have inside /lib/udev ?
I don't need to add rules inside /etc/udev ?
I also noticed udev mandatorely needs /run/udev, otherwise it doesnt start ?
thanks linuxcbon
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