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From: "Richard Fish" <bigfish@...>
Subject: Re: udevd event find_free_number?
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 20:14:43 -0700
On 4/3/06, Jack Cuyler <jjvcuyler@...> wrote:
> When booting, I get an error message that "find_free_number" doesn't
> work, will be removed, and shouldn't be used.  I've googled, but the
> best I can find is something on a debian list to the effect of, "Yes,
> that's right.  Don't use it."
>
> My question is, how do I disable it?

Check /etc/udev/rules.d/*.  If you have any rules with "%e" in them,
you will get this warning.  Although, I see the cdrom rules in
50-udev.rules is still using %e, so I'm personally waiting to see what
replaces this before I fix my rules...

-Richard

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