Project info for Linux Device Registry

Share This Created 25 Jul 2001 at 16:10 UTC by tjansen, last modified 13 Jan 2002 at 02:06 UTC by tjansen.


Notes: Because of the inclusion of the new driver model in recent 2.5 kernel the Device Registry is obsolete

The Linux Device Registry (devreg) is a kernel patch that adds a device database to the /proc filesystem. It collects all information about the physical devices, creates persistent device ids for them and manages the relations between the physical devices and their drivers.

Devreg has three purposes:

License: GPL

This project has the following developers:

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