7.3. Udev Rules-1.1-pre3

The Udev Cross-LFS rules package contains the necessary rules set for a basic functional system.

7.3.1. Installation of Udev-Rules

Install the package:

make DESTDIR=${CLFS} install

7.3.2. Contents of Udev Rules

Installed Rules: 05-udev-early.rules, 35-helper.rules, 40-modprobe.rules, 50-udev.rules, 55-sound.rules, 60-persistent-disk.rules, 61-persistent-input.rules, 90-user.rules, 95-debug.rules, load_floppy_module.sh, show_event_log, udev, and udev_retry

Short Descriptions

05-udev-early.rules

Rules that are run early in the boot process. These rules check for the ability to do hotplug events connect to the network, and make sure that sysfs is ready before running any other rules.

35-helper.rules

Rules that use helper programs.

40-modprobe.rules

Rules that use modprobe to load kernel modules.

50-udev.rules

Creates basic system devices and permissions.

55-sound.rules

Gives proper permissions to audio device and restores sound volumes.

60-persistent-disk.rules

Allows persistent naming of disk drives.

61-persistent-input.rules

Allows persistent naming of input devices.

90-user.rules

Rules defined by the user.

95-debug.rules

Rules for debugging udev.

load_floppy_module.sh

Checks to see if a floppy drive exists before loading the floppy drive module into memory.

show_event_log

Displays Udev log messages from /var/log/messages.

udev

To be Written.