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Re: (Semi-random) thoughts on device tree structure and devfs
>> This could also enable you to do
>> mount -t devfs /etc/devfs-bindchroot.db /var/chroot/bind/dev
>> for example.
> I don't think a static database will cut it. What happens when
> someone attaches a new USB stick and devfs generates a bunch of new
> nodes? What ownership and permissions should they get?
Presumably the database holds, among other things, information
specifying whether new nodes will appear in such a case, and, if so,
what ownership and modes they'll have.
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