Re: udev bug in Wheezy



Since you got debian installed, you may want to see if any unsupported
hardware is on your computer udev doesn't support then black list all of
that hardware in order to speed up your boot times.

On Mon, 30 May 2011, maderios wrote:

Hi
I first sent this message in french language, sorry for my mistake....
I tried for the umpteenth time to return to Wheezy but I still have this
problem with udev, which slows down the machine. The boot log shows that there
is a problem. Am I the only one concerned? I doubt it .. How are things going
with you? Is there a solution?
Thank's for any help
PS: udev does not appear in the log of the boot of Squeeze and the machine is
not slowed down at all
M





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