Subject: re: Cloning bdev/cdev devices, step one
To: None <>
From: matthew green <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 07/12/2000 16:38:52
   > That creates /devices/pseudo/ipf@0:ipnat
   > In /etc/
   > type=ddi_pseudo;name=ipf;minor=ipnat    \M0
   > creates /dev/ipnat -> /devices/pseudo/ipf@0:ipnat
   > The real PITA about this approach is that whilst you're developing your
   > driver, if it causes a panic "too soon" after loading, inodes are a mess
   > in /etc, files like /etc/ don't contain what they are supposed
   > to (or can't be parsed) and (re)booting fails leaving you with no option
   > but to boot off CD (or a "spare" partition).
   Yes, but it's the same as if you nuke

the difference is that the *boot* process doesn't go mucking in /usr/lib
does it?