> Abstract device file systems are beautiful concepts but they don't solve
> the device name space problem and they introduce hideous incompatibilities
> with existing software.
let me get it straight. You are talking about software that would be
c) working with devices that do not exist in 2.4.
Would you mind demonstrating such wonder? Old devices are still there,
AFAICS. Ext2 (reiserfs, devfs, abortion-of-your-choice-fs) still has
the ability to create device nodes for them.
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