Re: using old style /proc/pci and /dev/cua?

Martin Mares (
Fri, 22 May 1998 13:26:15 +0200


> In recent 2.1.x kernels, when a user process accesses /proc/pci I get a
> message that such and such uses obsolete /proc/pci. Ok, that is fine...
> but why do I only get the first message, i.e. if some other process does
> it as well, nothing is logged.
> Shouldn't it warn user about everyone/everything using the old semantics?

No. You don't want to get syslog full of warning messages if someone
plays with /proc/pci twice a second.

Have a nice fortnight

Martin `MJ' Mares   <>
Faculty of Math and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Rep., Earth
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