On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 7:39 AM, Jan Engelhardt <jeng...@medozas.de> wrote:
there was a tool shipped in the udev package called 'udevmonitor' that
was really nice to help figure out why nodes in /dev would not show up.
In newer udev releases this program however is gone (udev >= 120), but
it was present in opensuse 10.3 (udev <= 114). What is the replacement
for udevmonitor named now?
All udev tools are in one single binary called "udevadm", which is
always in /sbin, and not like the old tools spread around in /sbin,
/usr/bin, /usr/sbin. See "man udev" for the reference to udevadm, and
"man udevadm" for the commands, which have been the individual tools