Usually when I write drivers, I can use the register_chrdev() function and give my device a major number and then use mknod to register it in /dev. How do I do this if my driver is a misc driver whose major number I don't know and minor number is dynamic?submitted by cpt_bushwookie
Using the extensions
Dash to dock, Caffeine, Hide top bar, Impatience, Lock keys, Shutdown timer, Weather, Volume Mixer, Insensitive message tray, and Workspaces to dock.
No bugs, very snappy, and only using >120 mb of ram for gnome shell.
It's no wonder Gnome 3 is rising in popularity.grndzro
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