In /etc/udev you should only have rules.
Try what you think is right and then check all rpms with the "rpmlint"
commands, it will print most of the things you could do or not inside
It's a great tool to learn.
2011/12/5 Erik Blankinship <erikb(a)mediamods.com>
Thank you for your feedback and suggestions to prompt the user for
password with a visual sudo tool.
Fortunately, it looks like I can bypass sudo requirements, for this
project, if my rpm can install two files (one is a .sh) into /etc/udev/
Is the right way to do this using %files in my spec?
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