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how does  /dev/.udev file

Posted on 2011-03-21
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Hi,

I have seen the following files and directory under dev.

[root@saturn .udev]# pwd
/dev/.udev
[root@saturn .udev]# ls
db  failed  uevent_seqnum

How does it get generated?
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udev is a dynamic device management utility, type "man udev" will explane all about it.
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thank you
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