[dm-crypt] Problem with udev and dmcrpyt

Aaron Lewis aaron.lewis1989 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 16 12:53:30 CEST 2010


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Thanks Milan.

On 07/16/2010 03:42 PM, Milan Broz wrote::
>>
>> 	KERNEL=="dm-0",NAME="dm-0",SYMLINK+="mapper/home"
>> 	KERNEL=="dm-1",NAME="dm-1",SYMLINK+="mapper/code"
> 
> This is completely wrong, never do that. dm-X names are dynamic.
> No need to worry about the warning above if it works.

device name is dynamiclly allocated , i think so.
Shouldn't there be some ways to identify it like UUID ? In that case ,
i'll be able to put more accurate rules.

> 
>> How can i get rid of that together ?
> 
> Update package which provides DM new rules. Yor distro should provide
> it if they update udev.

Guess gentoo never provide such services.

> 
> Milan

every time when i'm booting , after putting my credentials , those
messages appear , it's harmless..Hmm , i just want to keep it somewhat
`clean'.


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