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On Sun, Feb 11, 2007 at 03:29:57PM +0100, Kevin F. Quinn wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Feb 2007 07:47:29 -0500
> Richard Freeman <rich@...> wrote:
> > Hmm - after a reboot yesterday the order of my various /dev/video#'s
> > have changed. I'm guessing this was related to the recent baselayout
> > update (one of those reasons I always reboot within a few days after a
> > baselayout change - I want to make sure I can reboot at all lest the
> > system be down while I'm out of town). Or maybe it was due to this
> > monthly udev update cron job that seems to get triggered nowadays.
> > Any ideas what might cause this to happen?
> You can usually use udev to rename the devices (or to provide
> alternative names). This is commonly done for network interfaces, for
I use udev to specify the exact network device order, but it is
pickier than you might expect -- it wants the MAC address in lower
case; it does not match case independent. Be wary.
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