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Old 06-12-2006, 09:30 PM   #1
smannell
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Strange udevd-events during boot up of Suse 10.1


Recently I started getting lots of warning of the form:

udevd-event[1648]: run_program: exec of program '/lib/klibc/bin/udev_volume_id' failed

I'm not sure why udev is looking in /lib/klibc/bin, there is no such place and never has been as far as I can tell. I performed an online update recently (I'm running Suse 10.1), and I also un-installed a bunch of gnome packages that I haven't used in a while. One of those two things has to be the culprit. All my package dependencies appear to be ok, but is it possible that udev needs something from a gnome library I killed? I tried installing klibc even though I have never needed it in the past, but that still didn't create a /lib/klibc/bin directory. I can't find a program called udev_volume_id anywhere. Any help would be appreciated.
 
  


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