John Hughes escribió:
> Sergi Barroso wrote:
>> Downgrading udev don't load old rules version, the solution is don't
>> delete it.
> Well, the problem is both simpler and harder than I thought.
> In my instructions I have:
> 1. As we're going to downgrade udev we must zap all rules our old
> version isn't smart enough to handle:
> rm /etc/udev/rules.d/*
> 2. As we're going to remove the running kernel we must modprobe all
> modules needed to build the initrd or we won't be able to make a
> bootable system (*don't forget this or you'll be stuck with an
> unbootable system*):
> modprobe loop
> modprobe ext2
> apt-get dist-upgrade
> At this point you will be warned that the running kernel will be
> removed. This is because of a necessary downgrade of udev.
> Allow it to happen.
> :-( Warning - your system is unbootable starting from this point.
> But, in fact,udev *is not* downgraded when we do the apt-get
> dist-upgrade. It looks like apt has been modified to use the same
> algorithm as aptitude and not consider downgrades when we ask it to
> An extra step has to be added, before the "apt-get dist-upgrade" we
> need a "apt-get install udev" which will force the install of our old
> version of udev.
> There is still a problem with the creation of the rules.d directory,
> but at least that should get things working better.
ok, cool! as easy as this :D
Thanks John, I'll try it on friday....
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