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RESULT SUBSYSTEM SYSFS{filename} Assignable Keys NAME OWNER, GROUP, MODE PLACE ENV{key} IMPORT{type} SYMLINK RUN TABLE 31-3 udev Rule keys
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Certain device files are really symbolic links bearing common device names that are often linked to the actual device file used A symbolic link is another name for a file that is used like a shortcut, referencing that file Common devices like printers, CD-ROM drives, hard drives, SCSI devices, and sound devices, along with many others, will have corresponding symbolic links For example, a /dev/cdrom symbolic link links to the actual device file used for your CD-ROM If your CD-ROM is an IDE device, it may use the device file hdc In this
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Description The kernel number of the device The kernel name for the device The kernel major number The kernel minor number The device path The device name matched from the device path The string returned by a PROGRAM field (can't be used in a PROGRAM field) Content of sysfs attribute Value of environment variable Name of a temporary device node, to provide access before real node is created Quotes the % character in case it is needed in the device name
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TABLE 31-4 udev Substitution Codes
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case, /dev/cdrom is a link to /dev/hdc In effect, /dev/cdrom is another name for /dev/hdc Serial ATA DVD/CD drives will be linked to scd devices, such as scd0 for the first Serial ATA CD/DVD drive If your drive functions both as a CD and DVD writer and reader, you will have several links to the same device In this case the links cdrom, cdrw, cdwriter, dvd, dvdrw, dvdwriter will all link to the same CD/DVD RW-ROM device A /dev/modem link file also exists for your modem If your modem is connected to the second serial port, its device file will be /dev/ttyS1 In this case, /dev/modem will be a link to that device file Applications can then use /dev/modem to access your modem instead of having to know the actual device file used Table 31-5 lists commonly used device links Symbolic links are created by udev using the SYMLINK field The symbolic links for a device can be listed either with the same rule creating a device file (NAME key) or in a separate rule that will specify only a symbolic link The inclusion of the NAME key does not have to be specific if the default device name is used The + added to the = symbol will automatically create the device with the default name, not requiring an explicit NAME key in the rule The following rule is for parallel printers It includes both the default name and implied NAME key creating the device (+) and a symbolic link, par The %n will add a number to the symbolic link like par1, par2, and so on
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KERNEL=="lp[0-9]*", SYMLINK+="par%n"
Should you want to create more than one symbolic link for a device, you can list them in the SYMLINK field The following creates two symbolic links, one cdrom and another named cdrom- with the kernel name attached (%k)
SYMLINK+="cdrom cdrom-%k"
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Description Link to your CD-ROM device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your DVD-ROM device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your CD-R or CD-RW device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your DVD-R or DVD-RW device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your modem device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your floppy device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your tape device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your scanner device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your mouse device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd Link to your tape device file, set in /etc/udev/rulesd
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