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Re: Udev alternatives in Artix

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what is hwinfo give you?  I'm struggling to understand why the gpu isn't being picked up by the kernel on the boot and the modules loaded normally.  This is not a udev issue but perhaps a /etc/modules issue or a kernel compile issue?   The kernel picks up the gpu and it is stdout... Where am I confused here?

Re: Udev alternatives in Artix

Reply #16
This is a deep dive into what has become a broken X11 system since it has been "deseated" and made to be run out of systemd.

There is no reason why x should not just work with startx
It is now possible to start X but it has no reaction to the keyboard or mouse

Re: Udev alternatives in Artix

Reply #17
It is now possible to start X but it has no reaction to the keyboard or mouse


Right - I had this problem.  It is a bug in the X libraries that are now strapped to systemd crap. check the logs.




Re: Udev alternatives in Artix

Reply #21
Could you upload the files you've used so far? like initscripts and configs, basically anything that could help me try to recreate this and then further tinker.

Re: Udev alternatives in Artix

Reply #22
Could you upload the files you've used so far? like initscripts and configs, basically anything that could help me try to recreate this and then further tinker.
I tested nldev with my own service launcher. The init scripts are in my gitlab repo https://gitlab.com/phkr/fs in /etc/sidal/avail. Nldev init script requires ubase (https://git.suckless.org/ubase) to be installed in /opt/suckless to provide respawn command. This command is required as nldev may fall if it has much tasks to proceed.
In this repo in /usr/local/bin you may also find smdev-helper script which provides some additional processes on creating device node. Nlmon init script is not really needed, but nltrigger must be run after nldev.
You also may find an example of nldev usage in its author's repo: http://r-36.net/scm/stali-init/file/rc.init.html
Have fun! :)