search for /dev/input/js as well as /dev/js
timschmidt at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 01:34:21 CDT 2006
Seems to me that symlinks provided by a distribution would be usefull
as a transitional measure only. Until applications eventually move
over to the new /dev locations. So...
Part of any application's perogerative is to deal with the platform(s)
it runs on. Wine makes some special allowances for Solaris, and
so... there a theme here?
On 4/19/06, Mike Frysinger <vapier at gentoo.org> wrote:
> On Wednesday 19 April 2006 20:00, Mike McCormack wrote:
> > Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > > dont really know who you're talking about when you say "you guys" ...
> > > sounds like you're trying to say this situation is my fault when really i
> > > nor Gentoo has had anything to do with /dev naming schemas
> > Yes, it is Gentoo's fault. Your distro is missing a symlink, and
> > instead of just adding the it, you waste everybody else's time running
> > around "fixing" their projects.
> i can see this thread is clearly going to go nowhere so we might as well just
> kill it now before we waste each other's time trying to "educate" why the
> other person is wrong
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