UDEV woes - part 1
Today I decided to play with udev and make sure that my multi-card reader automatically detects the device and make it available under /dev/memory_stick. Knowing a little about it, I decided to RTFM. So, I typed “man udev” and it goes:
“udev expects its main configuration file at /etc/udev/udev.conf. The following variables can be overridden in this file: … udev_log The logging priority which can be set to err, info or the corresponding numerical syslog(3) value. The default value is err.”
Ok, cool, so I went to /etc/udev, opened the udev.conf file, and it says:
# udev_log - set to “yes” if you want logging, else “no” udev_log=”no”
…stay tuned… to be continued.