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devices.txt

		    LINUX ALLOCATED DEVICES (2.6+ version)

	     Maintained by Alan Cox <device@lanana.org>

		      Last revised: 6th April 2009

This list is the Linux Device List, the official registry of allocated
device numbers and /dev directory nodes for the Linux operating
system.

The latest version of this list is available from
http://www.lanana.org/docs/device-list/ or
ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/docs/device-list/.  This version may be
newer than the one distributed with the Linux kernel.

The LaTeX version of this document is no longer maintained.

This document is included by reference into the Filesystem Hierarchy
Standard (FHS).	 The FHS is available from http://www.pathname.com/fhs/.

Allocations marked (68k/Amiga) apply to Linux/68k on the Amiga
platform only.	Allocations marked (68k/Atari) apply to Linux/68k on
the Atari platform only.

The symbol {2.6} means the allocation is obsolete and scheduled for
removal once kernel version 2.6 (or equivalent) is released. Some of these
allocations have already been removed.

This document is in the public domain.	The author requests, however,
that semantically altered versions are not distributed without
permission of the author, assuming the author can be contacted without
an unreasonable effort.

In particular, please don't sent patches for this list to Linus, at
least not without contacting me first.

I do not have any information about these devices beyond what appears
on this list.  Any such information requests will be deleted without
reply.


	  **** DEVICE DRIVERS AUTHORS PLEASE READ THIS ****

To have a major number allocated, or a minor number in situations
where that applies (e.g. busmice), please contact me with the
appropriate device information.	 Also, if you have additional
information regarding any of the devices listed below, or if I have
made a mistake, I would greatly appreciate a note.

I do, however, make a few requests about the nature of your report.
This is necessary for me to be able to keep this list up to date and
correct in a timely manner.  First of all, *please* send it to the
correct address... <device@lanana.org>.  I receive hundreds of email
messages a day, so mail sent to other addresses may very well get lost
in the avalanche.  Please put in a descriptive subject, so I can find
your mail again should I need to.  Too many people send me email
saying just "device number request" in the subject.

Second, please include a description of the device *in the same format
as this list*.	The reason for this is that it is the only way I have
found to ensure I have all the requisite information to publish your
device and avoid conflicts.

Third, please don't assume that the distributed version of the list is
up to date.  Due to the number of registrations I have to maintain it
in "batch mode", so there is likely additional registrations that
haven't been listed yet.

Fourth, remember that Linux now has extensive support for dynamic allocation
of device numbering and can use sysfs and udev to handle the naming needs.
There are still some exceptions in the serial and boot device area. Before
asking for a device number make sure you actually need one.

Finally, sometimes I have to play "namespace police."  Please don't be
offended.  I often get submissions for /dev names that would be bound
to cause conflicts down the road.  I am trying to avoid getting in a
situation where we would have to suffer an incompatible forward
change.  Therefore, please consult with me *before* you make your
device names and numbers in any way public, at least to the point
where it would be at all difficult to get them changed.

Your cooperation is appreciated.


  0		Unnamed devices (e.g. non-device mounts)
		  0 = reserved as null device number
		See block major 144, 145, 146 for expansion areas.

  1 char	Memory devices
		  1 = /dev/mem		Physical memory access
		  2 = /dev/kmem		Kernel virtual memory access
		  3 = /dev/null		Null device
		  4 = /dev/port		I/O port access
		  5 = /dev/zero		Null byte source
		  6 = /dev/core		OBSOLETE - replaced by /proc/kcore
		  7 = /dev/full		Returns ENOSPC on write
		  8 = /dev/random	Nondeterministic random number gen.
		  9 = /dev/urandom	Faster, less secure random number gen.
		 10 = /dev/aio		Asynchronous I/O notification interface
		 11 = /dev/kmsg		Writes to this come out as printk's
		 12 = /dev/oldmem	Used by crashdump kernels to access
					the memory of the kernel that crashed.

  1 block	RAM disk
		  0 = /dev/ram0		First RAM disk
		  1 = /dev/ram1		Second RAM disk
		    ...
		250 = /dev/initrd	Initial RAM disk

		Older kernels had /dev/ramdisk (1, 1) here.
		/dev/initrd refers to a RAM disk which was preloaded
		by the boot loader; newer kernels use /dev/ram0 for
		the initrd.

  2 char	Pseudo-TTY masters
		  0 = /dev/ptyp0	First PTY master
		  1 = /dev/ptyp1	Second PTY master
		    ...
		255 = /dev/ptyef	256th PTY master

		Pseudo-tty's are named as follows:
		* Masters are "pty", slaves are "tty";
		* the fourth letter is one of pqrstuvwxyzabcde indicating
		  the 1st through 16th series of 16 pseudo-ttys each, and
		* the fifth letter is one of 0123456789abcdef indicating
		  the position within the series.

		These are the old-style (BSD) PTY devices; Unix98
		devices are on major 128 and above and use the PTY
		master multiplex (/dev/ptmx) to acquire a PTY on
		demand.

  2 block	Floppy disks
		  0 = /dev/fd0		Controller 0, drive 0, autodetect
		  1 = /dev/fd1		Controller 0, drive 1, autodetect
		  2 = /dev/fd2		Controller 0, drive 2, autodetect
		  3 = /dev/fd3		Controller 0, drive 3, autodetect
		128 = /dev/fd4		Controller 1, drive 0, autodetect
		129 = /dev/fd5		Controller 1, drive 1, autodetect
		130 = /dev/fd6		Controller 1, drive 2, autodetect
		131 = /dev/fd7		Controller 1, drive 3, autodetect

		To specify format, add to the autodetect device number:
		  0 = /dev/fd?		Autodetect format
		  4 = /dev/fd?d360	5.25"  360K in a 360K  drive(1)
		 20 = /dev/fd?h360	5.25"  360K in a 1200K drive(1)
		 48 = /dev/fd?h410	5.25"  410K in a 1200K drive
		 64 = /dev/fd?h420	5.25"  420K in a 1200K drive
		 24 = /dev/fd?h720	5.25"  720K in a 1200K drive
		 80 = /dev/fd?h880	5.25"  880K in a 1200K drive(1)
		  8 = /dev/fd?h1200	5.25" 1200K in a 1200K drive(1)
		 40 = /dev/fd?h1440	5.25" 1440K in a 1200K drive(1)
		 56 = /dev/fd?h1476	5.25" 1476K in a 1200K drive
		 72 = /dev/fd?h1494	5.25" 1494K in a 1200K drive
		 92 = /dev/fd?h1600	5.25" 1600K in a 1200K drive(1)

		 12 = /dev/fd?u360	3.5"   360K Double Density(2)
		 16 = /dev/fd?u720	3.5"   720K Double Density(1)
		120 = /dev/fd?u800	3.5"   800K Double Density(2)
		 52 = /dev/fd?u820	3.5"   820K Double Density
		 68 = /dev/fd?u830	3.5"   830K Double Density
		 84 = /dev/fd?u1040	3.5"  1040K Double Density(1)
		 88 = /dev/fd?u1120	3.5"  1120K Double Density(1)
		 28 = /dev/fd?u1440	3.5"  1440K High Density(1)
		124 = /dev/fd?u1600	3.5"  1600K High Density(1)
		 44 = /dev/fd?u1680	3.5"  1680K High Density(3)
		 60 = /dev/fd?u1722	3.5"  1722K High Density
		 76 = /dev/fd?u1743	3.5"  1743K High Density
		 96 = /dev/fd?u1760	3.5"  1760K High Density
		116 = /dev/fd?u1840	3.5"  1840K High Density(3)
		100 = /dev/fd?u1920	3.5"  1920K High Density(1)
		 32 = /dev/fd?u2880	3.5"  2880K Extra Density(1)
		104 = /dev/fd?u3200	3.5"  3200K Extra Density
		108 = /dev/fd?u3520	3.5"  3520K Extra Density
		112 = /dev/fd?u3840	3.5"  3840K Extra Density(1)

		 36 = /dev/fd?CompaQ	Compaq 2880K drive; obsolete?

		(1) Autodetectable format
		(2) Autodetectable format in a Double Density (720K) drive only
		(3) Autodetectable format in a High Density (1440K) drive only

		NOTE: The letter in the device name (d, q, h or u)
		signifies the type of drive: 5.25" Double Density (d),
		5.25" Quad Density (q), 5.25" High Density (h) or 3.5"
		(any model, u).	 The use of the capital letters D, H
		and E for the 3.5" models have been deprecated, since
		the drive type is insignificant for these devices.

  3 char	Pseudo-TTY slaves
		  0 = /dev/ttyp0	First PTY slave
		  1 = /dev/ttyp1	Second PTY slave
		    ...
		255 = /dev/ttyef	256th PTY slave

		These are the old-style (BSD) PTY devices; Unix98
		devices are on major 136 and above.

  3 block	First MFM, RLL and IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hda		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdb		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		For partitions, add to the whole disk device number:
		  0 = /dev/hd?		Whole disk
		  1 = /dev/hd?1		First partition
		  2 = /dev/hd?2		Second partition
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/hd?63	63rd partition

		For Linux/i386, partitions 1-4 are the primary
		partitions, and 5 and above are logical partitions.
		Other versions of Linux use partitioning schemes
		appropriate to their respective architectures.

  4 char	TTY devices
		  0 = /dev/tty0		Current virtual console

		  1 = /dev/tty1		First virtual console
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/tty63	63rd virtual console
		 64 = /dev/ttyS0	First UART serial port
		    ...
		255 = /dev/ttyS191	192nd UART serial port

		UART serial ports refer to 8250/16450/16550 series devices.

		Older versions of the Linux kernel used this major
		number for BSD PTY devices.  As of Linux 2.1.115, this
		is no longer supported.	 Use major numbers 2 and 3.

  4 block	Aliases for dynamically allocated major devices to be used
		when its not possible to create the real device nodes
		because the root filesystem is mounted read-only.

                  0 = /dev/root

  5 char	Alternate TTY devices
		  0 = /dev/tty		Current TTY device
		  1 = /dev/console	System console
		  2 = /dev/ptmx		PTY master multiplex
		  3 = /dev/ttyprintk	User messages via printk TTY device
		 64 = /dev/cua0		Callout device for ttyS0
		    ...
		255 = /dev/cua191	Callout device for ttyS191

		(5,1) is /dev/console starting with Linux 2.1.71.  See
		the section on terminal devices for more information
		on /dev/console.

  6 char	Parallel printer devices
		  0 = /dev/lp0		Parallel printer on parport0
		  1 = /dev/lp1		Parallel printer on parport1
		    ...

		Current Linux kernels no longer have a fixed mapping
		between parallel ports and I/O addresses.  Instead,
		they are redirected through the parport multiplex layer.

  7 char	Virtual console capture devices
		  0 = /dev/vcs		Current vc text contents
		  1 = /dev/vcs1		tty1 text contents
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/vcs63	tty63 text contents
		128 = /dev/vcsa		Current vc text/attribute contents
		129 = /dev/vcsa1	tty1 text/attribute contents
		    ...
		191 = /dev/vcsa63	tty63 text/attribute contents

		NOTE: These devices permit both read and write access.

  7 block	Loopback devices
		  0 = /dev/loop0	First loop device
		  1 = /dev/loop1	Second loop device
		    ...

		The loop devices are used to mount filesystems not
		associated with block devices.	The binding to the
		loop devices is handled by mount(8) or losetup(8).

  8 block	SCSI disk devices (0-15)
		  0 = /dev/sda		First SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdb		Second SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sdc		Third SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdp		Sixteenth SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

  9 char	SCSI tape devices
		  0 = /dev/st0		First SCSI tape, mode 0
		  1 = /dev/st1		Second SCSI tape, mode 0
		    ...
		 32 = /dev/st0l		First SCSI tape, mode 1
		 33 = /dev/st1l		Second SCSI tape, mode 1
		    ...
		 64 = /dev/st0m		First SCSI tape, mode 2
		 65 = /dev/st1m		Second SCSI tape, mode 2
		    ...
		 96 = /dev/st0a		First SCSI tape, mode 3
		 97 = /dev/st1a		Second SCSI tape, mode 3
		      ...
		128 = /dev/nst0		First SCSI tape, mode 0, no rewind
		129 = /dev/nst1		Second SCSI tape, mode 0, no rewind
		    ...
		160 = /dev/nst0l	First SCSI tape, mode 1, no rewind
		161 = /dev/nst1l	Second SCSI tape, mode 1, no rewind
		    ...
		192 = /dev/nst0m	First SCSI tape, mode 2, no rewind
		193 = /dev/nst1m	Second SCSI tape, mode 2, no rewind
		    ...
		224 = /dev/nst0a	First SCSI tape, mode 3, no rewind
		225 = /dev/nst1a	Second SCSI tape, mode 3, no rewind
		    ...

		"No rewind" refers to the omission of the default
		automatic rewind on device close.  The MTREW or MTOFFL
		ioctl()'s can be used to rewind the tape regardless of
		the device used to access it.

  9 block	Metadisk (RAID) devices
		  0 = /dev/md0		First metadisk group
		  1 = /dev/md1		Second metadisk group
		    ...

		The metadisk driver is used to span a
		filesystem across multiple physical disks.

 10 char	Non-serial mice, misc features
		  0 = /dev/logibm	Logitech bus mouse
		  1 = /dev/psaux	PS/2-style mouse port
		  2 = /dev/inportbm	Microsoft Inport bus mouse
		  3 = /dev/atibm	ATI XL bus mouse
		  4 = /dev/jbm		J-mouse
		  4 = /dev/amigamouse	Amiga mouse (68k/Amiga)
		  5 = /dev/atarimouse	Atari mouse
		  6 = /dev/sunmouse	Sun mouse
		  7 = /dev/amigamouse1	Second Amiga mouse
		  8 = /dev/smouse	Simple serial mouse driver
		  9 = /dev/pc110pad	IBM PC-110 digitizer pad
		 10 = /dev/adbmouse	Apple Desktop Bus mouse
		 11 = /dev/vrtpanel	Vr41xx embedded touch panel
		 13 = /dev/vpcmouse	Connectix Virtual PC Mouse
		 14 = /dev/touchscreen/ucb1x00  UCB 1x00 touchscreen
		 15 = /dev/touchscreen/mk712	MK712 touchscreen
		128 = /dev/beep		Fancy beep device
		129 =
		130 = /dev/watchdog	Watchdog timer port
		131 = /dev/temperature	Machine internal temperature
		132 = /dev/hwtrap	Hardware fault trap
		133 = /dev/exttrp	External device trap
		134 = /dev/apm_bios	Advanced Power Management BIOS
		135 = /dev/rtc		Real Time Clock
		139 = /dev/openprom	SPARC OpenBoot PROM
		140 = /dev/relay8	Berkshire Products Octal relay card
		141 = /dev/relay16	Berkshire Products ISO-16 relay card
		142 =
		143 = /dev/pciconf	PCI configuration space
		144 = /dev/nvram	Non-volatile configuration RAM
		145 = /dev/hfmodem	Soundcard shortwave modem control
		146 = /dev/graphics	Linux/SGI graphics device
		147 = /dev/opengl	Linux/SGI OpenGL pipe
		148 = /dev/gfx		Linux/SGI graphics effects device
		149 = /dev/input/mouse	Linux/SGI Irix emulation mouse
		150 = /dev/input/keyboard Linux/SGI Irix emulation keyboard
		151 = /dev/led		Front panel LEDs
		152 = /dev/kpoll	Kernel Poll Driver
		153 = /dev/mergemem	Memory merge device
		154 = /dev/pmu		Macintosh PowerBook power manager
		155 = /dev/isictl	MultiTech ISICom serial control
		156 = /dev/lcd		Front panel LCD display
		157 = /dev/ac		Applicom Intl Profibus card
		158 = /dev/nwbutton	Netwinder external button
		159 = /dev/nwdebug	Netwinder debug interface
		160 = /dev/nwflash	Netwinder flash memory
		161 = /dev/userdma	User-space DMA access
		162 = /dev/smbus	System Management Bus
		163 = /dev/lik		Logitech Internet Keyboard
		164 = /dev/ipmo		Intel Intelligent Platform Management
		165 = /dev/vmmon	VMWare virtual machine monitor
		166 = /dev/i2o/ctl	I2O configuration manager
		167 = /dev/specialix_sxctl Specialix serial control
		168 = /dev/tcldrv	Technology Concepts serial control
		169 = /dev/specialix_rioctl Specialix RIO serial control
		170 = /dev/thinkpad/thinkpad	IBM Thinkpad devices
		171 = /dev/srripc	QNX4 API IPC manager
		172 = /dev/usemaclone	Semaphore clone device
		173 = /dev/ipmikcs	Intelligent Platform Management
		174 = /dev/uctrl	SPARCbook 3 microcontroller
		175 = /dev/agpgart	AGP Graphics Address Remapping Table
		176 = /dev/gtrsc	Gorgy Timing radio clock
		177 = /dev/cbm		Serial CBM bus
		178 = /dev/jsflash	JavaStation OS flash SIMM
		179 = /dev/xsvc		High-speed shared-mem/semaphore service
		180 = /dev/vrbuttons	Vr41xx button input device
		181 = /dev/toshiba	Toshiba laptop SMM support
		182 = /dev/perfctr	Performance-monitoring counters
		183 = /dev/hwrng	Generic random number generator
		184 = /dev/cpu/microcode CPU microcode update interface
		186 = /dev/atomicps	Atomic shapshot of process state data
		187 = /dev/irnet	IrNET device
		188 = /dev/smbusbios	SMBus BIOS
		189 = /dev/ussp_ctl	User space serial port control
		190 = /dev/crash	Mission Critical Linux crash dump facility
		191 = /dev/pcl181	<information missing>
		192 = /dev/nas_xbus	NAS xbus LCD/buttons access
		193 = /dev/d7s		SPARC 7-segment display
		194 = /dev/zkshim	Zero-Knowledge network shim control
		195 = /dev/elographics/e2201	Elographics touchscreen E271-2201
		198 = /dev/sexec	Signed executable interface
		199 = /dev/scanners/cuecat :CueCat barcode scanner
		200 = /dev/net/tun	TAP/TUN network device
		201 = /dev/button/gulpb	Transmeta GULP-B buttons
		202 = /dev/emd/ctl	Enhanced Metadisk RAID (EMD) control
		204 = /dev/video/em8300		EM8300 DVD decoder control
		205 = /dev/video/em8300_mv	EM8300 DVD decoder video
		206 = /dev/video/em8300_ma	EM8300 DVD decoder audio
		207 = /dev/video/em8300_sp	EM8300 DVD decoder subpicture
		208 = /dev/compaq/cpqphpc	Compaq PCI Hot Plug Controller
		209 = /dev/compaq/cpqrid	Compaq Remote Insight Driver
		210 = /dev/impi/bt	IMPI coprocessor block transfer
		211 = /dev/impi/smic	IMPI coprocessor stream interface
		212 = /dev/watchdogs/0	First watchdog device
		213 = /dev/watchdogs/1	Second watchdog device
		214 = /dev/watchdogs/2	Third watchdog device
		215 = /dev/watchdogs/3	Fourth watchdog device
		216 = /dev/fujitsu/apanel	Fujitsu/Siemens application panel
		217 = /dev/ni/natmotn		National Instruments Motion
		218 = /dev/kchuid	Inter-process chuid control
		219 = /dev/modems/mwave	MWave modem firmware upload
		220 = /dev/mptctl	Message passing technology (MPT) control
		221 = /dev/mvista/hssdsi	Montavista PICMG hot swap system driver
		222 = /dev/mvista/hasi		Montavista PICMG high availability
		223 = /dev/input/uinput		User level driver support for input
		224 = /dev/tpm		TCPA TPM driver
		225 = /dev/pps		Pulse Per Second driver
		226 = /dev/systrace	Systrace device
		227 = /dev/mcelog	X86_64 Machine Check Exception driver
		228 = /dev/hpet		HPET driver
		229 = /dev/fuse		Fuse (virtual filesystem in user-space)
		230 = /dev/midishare	MidiShare driver
		231 = /dev/snapshot	System memory snapshot device
		232 = /dev/kvm		Kernel-based virtual machine (hardware virtualization extensions)
		233 = /dev/kmview	View-OS A process with a view
		234 = /dev/btrfs-control	Btrfs control device
		235 = /dev/autofs	Autofs control device
		236 = /dev/mapper/control	Device-Mapper control device
		240-254			Reserved for local use
		255			Reserved for MISC_DYNAMIC_MINOR

 11 char	Raw keyboard device	(Linux/SPARC only)
		  0 = /dev/kbd		Raw keyboard device

 11 char	Serial Mux device	(Linux/PA-RISC only)
		  0 = /dev/ttyB0	First mux port
		  1 = /dev/ttyB1	Second mux port
		    ...

 11 block	SCSI CD-ROM devices
		  0 = /dev/scd0		First SCSI CD-ROM
		  1 = /dev/scd1		Second SCSI CD-ROM
		    ...

		The prefix /dev/sr (instead of /dev/scd) has been deprecated.

 12 char	QIC-02 tape
		  2 = /dev/ntpqic11	QIC-11, no rewind-on-close
		  3 = /dev/tpqic11	QIC-11, rewind-on-close
		  4 = /dev/ntpqic24	QIC-24, no rewind-on-close
		  5 = /dev/tpqic24	QIC-24, rewind-on-close
		  6 = /dev/ntpqic120	QIC-120, no rewind-on-close
		  7 = /dev/tpqic120	QIC-120, rewind-on-close
		  8 = /dev/ntpqic150	QIC-150, no rewind-on-close
		  9 = /dev/tpqic150	QIC-150, rewind-on-close

		The device names specified are proposed -- if there
		are "standard" names for these devices, please let me know.

 12 block

 13 char	Input core
		  0 = /dev/input/js0	First joystick
		  1 = /dev/input/js1	Second joystick
		    ...
		 32 = /dev/input/mouse0	First mouse
		 33 = /dev/input/mouse1	Second mouse
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/input/mice	Unified mouse
		 64 = /dev/input/event0	First event queue
		 65 = /dev/input/event1	Second event queue
		    ...

		Each device type has 5 bits (32 minors).

 13 block	8-bit MFM/RLL/IDE controller
		  0 = /dev/xda		First XT disk whole disk
		 64 = /dev/xdb		Second XT disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as IDE disks
		(see major number 3).

 14 char	Open Sound System (OSS)
		  0 = /dev/mixer	Mixer control
		  1 = /dev/sequencer	Audio sequencer
		  2 = /dev/midi00	First MIDI port
		  3 = /dev/dsp		Digital audio
		  4 = /dev/audio	Sun-compatible digital audio
		  6 =
		  7 = /dev/audioctl	SPARC audio control device
		  8 = /dev/sequencer2	Sequencer -- alternate device
		 16 = /dev/mixer1	Second soundcard mixer control
		 17 = /dev/patmgr0	Sequencer patch manager
		 18 = /dev/midi01	Second MIDI port
		 19 = /dev/dsp1		Second soundcard digital audio
		 20 = /dev/audio1	Second soundcard Sun digital audio
		 33 = /dev/patmgr1	Sequencer patch manager
		 34 = /dev/midi02	Third MIDI port
		 50 = /dev/midi03	Fourth MIDI port

 14 block

 15 char	Joystick
		  0 = /dev/js0		First analog joystick
		  1 = /dev/js1		Second analog joystick
		    ...
		128 = /dev/djs0		First digital joystick
		129 = /dev/djs1		Second digital joystick
		    ...
 15 block	Sony CDU-31A/CDU-33A CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sonycd	Sony CDU-31a CD-ROM

 16 char	Non-SCSI scanners
		  0 = /dev/gs4500	Genius 4500 handheld scanner

 16 block	GoldStar CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/gscd		GoldStar CD-ROM

 17 char	OBSOLETE (was Chase serial card)
		  0 = /dev/ttyH0	First Chase port
		  1 = /dev/ttyH1	Second Chase port
		    ...
 17 block	Optics Storage CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/optcd	Optics Storage CD-ROM

 18 char	OBSOLETE (was Chase serial card - alternate devices)
		  0 = /dev/cuh0		Callout device for ttyH0
		  1 = /dev/cuh1		Callout device for ttyH1
		    ...
 18 block	Sanyo CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sjcd		Sanyo CD-ROM

 19 char	Cyclades serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyC0	First Cyclades port
		    ...
		 31 = /dev/ttyC31	32nd Cyclades port

 19 block	"Double" compressed disk
		  0 = /dev/double0	First compressed disk
		    ...
		  7 = /dev/double7	Eighth compressed disk
		128 = /dev/cdouble0	Mirror of first compressed disk
		    ...
		135 = /dev/cdouble7	Mirror of eighth compressed disk

		See the Double documentation for the meaning of the
		mirror devices.

 20 char	Cyclades serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cub0		Callout device for ttyC0
		    ...
		 31 = /dev/cub31	Callout device for ttyC31

 20 block	Hitachi CD-ROM (under development)
		  0 = /dev/hitcd	Hitachi CD-ROM

 21 char	Generic SCSI access
		  0 = /dev/sg0		First generic SCSI device
		  1 = /dev/sg1		Second generic SCSI device
		    ...

		Most distributions name these /dev/sga, /dev/sgb...;
		this sets an unnecessary limit of 26 SCSI devices in
		the system and is counter to standard Linux
		device-naming practice.

 21 block	Acorn MFM hard drive interface
		  0 = /dev/mfma		First MFM drive whole disk
		 64 = /dev/mfmb		Second MFM drive whole disk

		This device is used on the ARM-based Acorn RiscPC.
		Partitions are handled the same way as for IDE disks
		(see major number 3).

 22 char	Digiboard serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyD0	First Digiboard port
		  1 = /dev/ttyD1	Second Digiboard port
		    ...
 22 block	Second IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdc		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdd		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 23 char	Digiboard serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cud0		Callout device for ttyD0
		  1 = /dev/cud1		Callout device for ttyD1
		      ...
 23 block	Mitsumi proprietary CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/mcd		Mitsumi CD-ROM

 24 char	Stallion serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyE0	Stallion port 0 card 0
		  1 = /dev/ttyE1	Stallion port 1 card 0
		    ...
		 64 = /dev/ttyE64	Stallion port 0 card 1
		 65 = /dev/ttyE65	Stallion port 1 card 1
		      ...
		128 = /dev/ttyE128	Stallion port 0 card 2
		129 = /dev/ttyE129	Stallion port 1 card 2
		    ...
		192 = /dev/ttyE192	Stallion port 0 card 3
		193 = /dev/ttyE193	Stallion port 1 card 3
		    ...
 24 block	Sony CDU-535 CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/cdu535	Sony CDU-535 CD-ROM

 25 char	Stallion serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cue0		Callout device for ttyE0
		  1 = /dev/cue1		Callout device for ttyE1
		    ...
		 64 = /dev/cue64	Callout device for ttyE64
		 65 = /dev/cue65	Callout device for ttyE65
		    ...
		128 = /dev/cue128	Callout device for ttyE128
		129 = /dev/cue129	Callout device for ttyE129
		    ...
		192 = /dev/cue192	Callout device for ttyE192
		193 = /dev/cue193	Callout device for ttyE193
		      ...
 25 block	First Matsushita (Panasonic/SoundBlaster) CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sbpcd0	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 0 unit 0
		  1 = /dev/sbpcd1	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 0 unit 1
		  2 = /dev/sbpcd2	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 0 unit 2
		  3 = /dev/sbpcd3	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 0 unit 3

 26 char

 26 block	Second Matsushita (Panasonic/SoundBlaster) CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sbpcd4	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 1 unit 0
		  1 = /dev/sbpcd5	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 1 unit 1
		  2 = /dev/sbpcd6	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 1 unit 2
		  3 = /dev/sbpcd7	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 1 unit 3

 27 char	QIC-117 tape
		  0 = /dev/qft0		Unit 0, rewind-on-close
		  1 = /dev/qft1		Unit 1, rewind-on-close
		  2 = /dev/qft2		Unit 2, rewind-on-close
		  3 = /dev/qft3		Unit 3, rewind-on-close
		  4 = /dev/nqft0	Unit 0, no rewind-on-close
		  5 = /dev/nqft1	Unit 1, no rewind-on-close
		  6 = /dev/nqft2	Unit 2, no rewind-on-close
		  7 = /dev/nqft3	Unit 3, no rewind-on-close
		 16 = /dev/zqft0	Unit 0, rewind-on-close, compression
		 17 = /dev/zqft1	Unit 1, rewind-on-close, compression
		 18 = /dev/zqft2	Unit 2, rewind-on-close, compression
		 19 = /dev/zqft3	Unit 3, rewind-on-close, compression
		 20 = /dev/nzqft0	Unit 0, no rewind-on-close, compression
		 21 = /dev/nzqft1	Unit 1, no rewind-on-close, compression
		 22 = /dev/nzqft2	Unit 2, no rewind-on-close, compression
		 23 = /dev/nzqft3	Unit 3, no rewind-on-close, compression
		 32 = /dev/rawqft0	Unit 0, rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 33 = /dev/rawqft1	Unit 1, rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 34 = /dev/rawqft2	Unit 2, rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 35 = /dev/rawqft3	Unit 3, rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 36 = /dev/nrawqft0	Unit 0, no rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 37 = /dev/nrawqft1	Unit 1, no rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 38 = /dev/nrawqft2	Unit 2, no rewind-on-close, no file marks
		 39 = /dev/nrawqft3	Unit 3, no rewind-on-close, no file marks

 27 block	Third Matsushita (Panasonic/SoundBlaster) CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sbpcd8	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 2 unit 0
		  1 = /dev/sbpcd9	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 2 unit 1
		  2 = /dev/sbpcd10	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 2 unit 2
		  3 = /dev/sbpcd11	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 2 unit 3

 28 char	Stallion serial card - card programming
		  0 = /dev/staliomem0	First Stallion card I/O memory
		  1 = /dev/staliomem1	Second Stallion card I/O memory
		  2 = /dev/staliomem2	Third Stallion card I/O memory
		  3 = /dev/staliomem3	Fourth Stallion card I/O memory

 28 char	Atari SLM ACSI laser printer (68k/Atari)
		  0 = /dev/slm0		First SLM laser printer
		  1 = /dev/slm1		Second SLM laser printer
		    ...
 28 block	Fourth Matsushita (Panasonic/SoundBlaster) CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/sbpcd12	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 3 unit 0
		  1 = /dev/sbpcd13	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 3 unit 1
		  2 = /dev/sbpcd14	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 3 unit 2
		  3 = /dev/sbpcd15	Panasonic CD-ROM controller 3 unit 3

 28 block	ACSI disk (68k/Atari)
		  0 = /dev/ada		First ACSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/adb		Second ACSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/adc		Third ACSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/adp		16th ACSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15, like SCSI.

 29 char	Universal frame buffer
		  0 = /dev/fb0		First frame buffer
		  1 = /dev/fb1		Second frame buffer
		    ...
		 31 = /dev/fb31		32nd frame buffer

 29 block	Aztech/Orchid/Okano/Wearnes CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/aztcd	Aztech CD-ROM

 30 char	iBCS-2 compatibility devices
		  0 = /dev/socksys	Socket access
		  1 = /dev/spx		SVR3 local X interface
		 32 = /dev/inet/ip	Network access
		 33 = /dev/inet/icmp
		 34 = /dev/inet/ggp
		 35 = /dev/inet/ipip
		 36 = /dev/inet/tcp
		 37 = /dev/inet/egp
		 38 = /dev/inet/pup
		 39 = /dev/inet/udp
		 40 = /dev/inet/idp
		 41 = /dev/inet/rawip

		Additionally, iBCS-2 requires the following links:

		/dev/ip -> /dev/inet/ip
		/dev/icmp -> /dev/inet/icmp
		/dev/ggp -> /dev/inet/ggp
		/dev/ipip -> /dev/inet/ipip
		/dev/tcp -> /dev/inet/tcp
		/dev/egp -> /dev/inet/egp
		/dev/pup -> /dev/inet/pup
		/dev/udp -> /dev/inet/udp
		/dev/idp -> /dev/inet/idp
		/dev/rawip -> /dev/inet/rawip
		/dev/inet/arp -> /dev/inet/udp
		/dev/inet/rip -> /dev/inet/udp
		/dev/nfsd -> /dev/socksys
		/dev/X0R -> /dev/null (? apparently not required ?)

 30 block	Philips LMS CM-205 CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/cm205cd	Philips LMS CM-205 CD-ROM

		/dev/lmscd is an older name for this device.  This
		driver does not work with the CM-205MS CD-ROM.

 31 char	MPU-401 MIDI
		  0 = /dev/mpu401data	MPU-401 data port
		  1 = /dev/mpu401stat	MPU-401 status port

 31 block	ROM/flash memory card
		  0 = /dev/rom0		First ROM card (rw)
		      ...
		  7 = /dev/rom7		Eighth ROM card (rw)
		  8 = /dev/rrom0	First ROM card (ro)
		    ...
		 15 = /dev/rrom7	Eighth ROM card (ro)
		 16 = /dev/flash0	First flash memory card (rw)
		    ...
		 23 = /dev/flash7	Eighth flash memory card (rw)
		 24 = /dev/rflash0	First flash memory card (ro)
		    ...
		 31 = /dev/rflash7	Eighth flash memory card (ro)

		The read-write (rw) devices support back-caching
		written data in RAM, as well as writing to flash RAM
		devices.  The read-only devices (ro) support reading
		only.

 32 char	Specialix serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyX0	First Specialix port
		  1 = /dev/ttyX1	Second Specialix port
		    ...
 32 block	Philips LMS CM-206 CD-ROM
		  0 = /dev/cm206cd	Philips LMS CM-206 CD-ROM

 33 char	Specialix serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cux0		Callout device for ttyX0
		  1 = /dev/cux1		Callout device for ttyX1
		    ...
 33 block	Third IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hde		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdf		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 34 char	Z8530 HDLC driver
		  0 = /dev/scc0		First Z8530, first port
		  1 = /dev/scc1		First Z8530, second port
		  2 = /dev/scc2		Second Z8530, first port
		  3 = /dev/scc3		Second Z8530, second port
		    ...

		In a previous version these devices were named
		/dev/sc1 for /dev/scc0, /dev/sc2 for /dev/scc1, and so
		on.

 34 block	Fourth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdg		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdh		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 35 char	tclmidi MIDI driver
		  0 = /dev/midi0	First MIDI port, kernel timed
		  1 = /dev/midi1	Second MIDI port, kernel timed
		  2 = /dev/midi2	Third MIDI port, kernel timed
		  3 = /dev/midi3	Fourth MIDI port, kernel timed
		 64 = /dev/rmidi0	First MIDI port, untimed
		 65 = /dev/rmidi1	Second MIDI port, untimed
		 66 = /dev/rmidi2	Third MIDI port, untimed
		 67 = /dev/rmidi3	Fourth MIDI port, untimed
		128 = /dev/smpte0	First MIDI port, SMPTE timed
		129 = /dev/smpte1	Second MIDI port, SMPTE timed
		130 = /dev/smpte2	Third MIDI port, SMPTE timed
		131 = /dev/smpte3	Fourth MIDI port, SMPTE timed

 35 block	Slow memory ramdisk
		  0 = /dev/slram	Slow memory ramdisk

 36 char	Netlink support
		  0 = /dev/route	Routing, device updates, kernel to user
		  1 = /dev/skip		enSKIP security cache control
		  3 = /dev/fwmonitor	Firewall packet copies
		 16 = /dev/tap0		First Ethertap device
		    ...
		 31 = /dev/tap15	16th Ethertap device

 36 block	MCA ESDI hard disk
		  0 = /dev/eda		First ESDI disk whole disk
		 64 = /dev/edb		Second ESDI disk whole disk
		    ...

		Partitions are handled in the same way as IDE disks
		(see major number 3).

 37 char	IDE tape
		  0 = /dev/ht0		First IDE tape
		  1 = /dev/ht1		Second IDE tape
		    ...
		128 = /dev/nht0		First IDE tape, no rewind-on-close
		129 = /dev/nht1		Second IDE tape, no rewind-on-close
		    ...

		Currently, only one IDE tape drive is supported.

 37 block	Zorro II ramdisk
		  0 = /dev/z2ram	Zorro II ramdisk

 38 char	Myricom PCI Myrinet board
		  0 = /dev/mlanai0	First Myrinet board
		  1 = /dev/mlanai1	Second Myrinet board
		    ...

		This device is used for status query, board control
		and "user level packet I/O."  This board is also
		accessible as a standard networking "eth" device.

 38 block	OBSOLETE (was Linux/AP+)

 39 char	ML-16P experimental I/O board
		  0 = /dev/ml16pa-a0	First card, first analog channel
		  1 = /dev/ml16pa-a1	First card, second analog channel
		    ...
		 15 = /dev/ml16pa-a15	First card, 16th analog channel
		 16 = /dev/ml16pa-d	First card, digital lines
		 17 = /dev/ml16pa-c0	First card, first counter/timer
		 18 = /dev/ml16pa-c1	First card, second counter/timer
		 19 = /dev/ml16pa-c2	First card, third counter/timer
		 32 = /dev/ml16pb-a0	Second card, first analog channel
		 33 = /dev/ml16pb-a1	Second card, second analog channel
		    ...
		 47 = /dev/ml16pb-a15	Second card, 16th analog channel
		 48 = /dev/ml16pb-d	Second card, digital lines
		 49 = /dev/ml16pb-c0	Second card, first counter/timer
		 50 = /dev/ml16pb-c1	Second card, second counter/timer
		 51 = /dev/ml16pb-c2	Second card, third counter/timer
		      ...
 39 block

 40 char

 40 block

 41 char	Yet Another Micro Monitor
		  0 = /dev/yamm		Yet Another Micro Monitor

 41 block

 42 char	Demo/sample use

 42 block	Demo/sample use

		This number is intended for use in sample code, as
		well as a general "example" device number.  It
		should never be used for a device driver that is being
		distributed; either obtain an official number or use
		the local/experimental range.  The sudden addition or
		removal of a driver with this number should not cause
		ill effects to the system (bugs excepted.)

		IN PARTICULAR, ANY DISTRIBUTION WHICH CONTAINS A
		DEVICE DRIVER USING MAJOR NUMBER 42 IS NONCOMPLIANT.

 43 char	isdn4linux virtual modem
		  0 = /dev/ttyI0	First virtual modem
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/ttyI63	64th virtual modem

 43 block	Network block devices
		  0 = /dev/nb0		First network block device
		  1 = /dev/nb1		Second network block device
		    ...

		Network Block Device is somehow similar to loopback
		devices: If you read from it, it sends packet across
		network asking server for data. If you write to it, it
		sends packet telling server to write. It could be used
		to mounting filesystems over the net, swapping over
		the net, implementing block device in userland etc.

 44 char	isdn4linux virtual modem - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cui0		Callout device for ttyI0
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/cui63	Callout device for ttyI63

 44 block	Flash Translation Layer (FTL) filesystems
		  0 = /dev/ftla		FTL on first Memory Technology Device
		 16 = /dev/ftlb		FTL on second Memory Technology Device
		 32 = /dev/ftlc		FTL on third Memory Technology Device
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ftlp		FTL on 16th Memory Technology Device

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the partition
		limit is 15 rather than 63 per disk (same as SCSI.)

 45 char	isdn4linux ISDN BRI driver
		  0 = /dev/isdn0	First virtual B channel raw data
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/isdn63	64th virtual B channel raw data
		 64 = /dev/isdnctrl0	First channel control/debug
		    ...
		127 = /dev/isdnctrl63	64th channel control/debug

		128 = /dev/ippp0	First SyncPPP device
		    ...
		191 = /dev/ippp63	64th SyncPPP device

		255 = /dev/isdninfo	ISDN monitor interface

 45 block	Parallel port IDE disk devices
		  0 = /dev/pda		First parallel port IDE disk
		 16 = /dev/pdb		Second parallel port IDE disk
		 32 = /dev/pdc		Third parallel port IDE disk
		 48 = /dev/pdd		Fourth parallel port IDE disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the partition
		limit is 15 rather than 63 per disk.

 46 char	Comtrol Rocketport serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyR0	First Rocketport port
		  1 = /dev/ttyR1	Second Rocketport port
		    ...
 46 block	Parallel port ATAPI CD-ROM devices
		  0 = /dev/pcd0		First parallel port ATAPI CD-ROM
		  1 = /dev/pcd1		Second parallel port ATAPI CD-ROM
		  2 = /dev/pcd2		Third parallel port ATAPI CD-ROM
		  3 = /dev/pcd3		Fourth parallel port ATAPI CD-ROM

 47 char	Comtrol Rocketport serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cur0		Callout device for ttyR0
		  1 = /dev/cur1		Callout device for ttyR1
		    ...
 47 block	Parallel port ATAPI disk devices
		  0 = /dev/pf0		First parallel port ATAPI disk
		  1 = /dev/pf1		Second parallel port ATAPI disk
		  2 = /dev/pf2		Third parallel port ATAPI disk
		  3 = /dev/pf3		Fourth parallel port ATAPI disk

		This driver is intended for floppy disks and similar
		devices and hence does not support partitioning.

 48 char	SDL RISCom serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyL0	First RISCom port
		  1 = /dev/ttyL1	Second RISCom port
		    ...
 48 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; first controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c0d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c0d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c0d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		For partitions add:
		  0 = /dev/rd/c?d?	Whole disk
		  1 = /dev/rd/c?d?p1	First partition
		    ...
		  7 = /dev/rd/c?d?p7	Seventh partition

 49 char	SDL RISCom serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cul0		Callout device for ttyL0
		  1 = /dev/cul1		Callout device for ttyL1
		    ...
 49 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; second controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c1d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c1d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c1d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 50 char	Reserved for GLINT

 50 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; third controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c2d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c2d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c2d31	32nd disk, whole disk

 51 char	Baycom radio modem OR Radio Tech BIM-XXX-RS232 radio modem
		  0 = /dev/bc0		First Baycom radio modem
		  1 = /dev/bc1		Second Baycom radio modem
		    ...
 51 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; fourth controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c3d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c3d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c3d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 52 char	Spellcaster DataComm/BRI ISDN card
		  0 = /dev/dcbri0	First DataComm card
		  1 = /dev/dcbri1	Second DataComm card
		  2 = /dev/dcbri2	Third DataComm card
		  3 = /dev/dcbri3	Fourth DataComm card

 52 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; fifth controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c4d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c4d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c4d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 53 char	BDM interface for remote debugging MC683xx microcontrollers
		  0 = /dev/pd_bdm0	PD BDM interface on lp0
		  1 = /dev/pd_bdm1	PD BDM interface on lp1
		  2 = /dev/pd_bdm2	PD BDM interface on lp2
		  4 = /dev/icd_bdm0	ICD BDM interface on lp0
		  5 = /dev/icd_bdm1	ICD BDM interface on lp1
		  6 = /dev/icd_bdm2	ICD BDM interface on lp2

		This device is used for the interfacing to the MC683xx
		microcontrollers via Background Debug Mode by use of a
		Parallel Port interface. PD is the Motorola Public
		Domain Interface and ICD is the commercial interface
		by P&E.

 53 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; sixth controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c5d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c5d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c5d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 54 char	Electrocardiognosis Holter serial card
		  0 = /dev/holter0	First Holter port
		  1 = /dev/holter1	Second Holter port
		  2 = /dev/holter2	Third Holter port

		A custom serial card used by Electrocardiognosis SRL
		<mseritan@ottonel.pub.ro> to transfer data from Holter
		24-hour heart monitoring equipment.

 54 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; seventh controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c6d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c6d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c6d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 55 char	DSP56001 digital signal processor
		  0 = /dev/dsp56k	First DSP56001

 55 block	Mylex DAC960 PCI RAID controller; eighth controller
		  0 = /dev/rd/c7d0	First disk, whole disk
		  8 = /dev/rd/c7d1	Second disk, whole disk
		    ...
		248 = /dev/rd/c7d31	32nd disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled as for major 48.

 56 char	Apple Desktop Bus
		  0 = /dev/adb		ADB bus control

		Additional devices will be added to this number, all
		starting with /dev/adb.

 56 block	Fifth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdi		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdj		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 57 char	Hayes ESP serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyP0	First ESP port
		  1 = /dev/ttyP1	Second ESP port
		    ...

 57 block	Sixth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdk		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdl		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 58 char	Hayes ESP serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cup0		Callout device for ttyP0
		  1 = /dev/cup1		Callout device for ttyP1
		    ...

 58 block	Reserved for logical volume manager

 59 char	sf firewall package
		  0 = /dev/firewall	Communication with sf kernel module

 59 block	Generic PDA filesystem device
		  0 = /dev/pda0		First PDA device
		  1 = /dev/pda1		Second PDA device
		    ...

		The pda devices are used to mount filesystems on
		remote pda's (basically slow handheld machines with
		proprietary OS's and limited memory and storage
		running small fs translation drivers) through serial /
		IRDA / parallel links.

		NAMING CONFLICT -- PROPOSED REVISED NAME /dev/rpda0 etc

 60-63 char	LOCAL/EXPERIMENTAL USE

 60-63 block	LOCAL/EXPERIMENTAL USE
		Allocated for local/experimental use.  For devices not
		assigned official numbers, these ranges should be
		used in order to avoid conflicting with future assignments.

 64 char	ENskip kernel encryption package
		  0 = /dev/enskip	Communication with ENskip kernel module

 64 block	Scramdisk/DriveCrypt encrypted devices
		  0 = /dev/scramdisk/master    Master node for ioctls
		  1 = /dev/scramdisk/1         First encrypted device
		  2 = /dev/scramdisk/2         Second encrypted device
		  ...
		255 = /dev/scramdisk/255       255th encrypted device

		The filename of the encrypted container and the passwords
		are sent via ioctls (using the sdmount tool) to the master
		node which then activates them via one of the
		/dev/scramdisk/x nodes for loop mounting (all handled
		through the sdmount tool).

		Requested by: andy@scramdisklinux.org

 65 char	Sundance "plink" Transputer boards (obsolete, unused)
		  0 = /dev/plink0	First plink device
		  1 = /dev/plink1	Second plink device
		  2 = /dev/plink2	Third plink device
		  3 = /dev/plink3	Fourth plink device
		 64 = /dev/rplink0	First plink device, raw
		 65 = /dev/rplink1	Second plink device, raw
		 66 = /dev/rplink2	Third plink device, raw
		 67 = /dev/rplink3	Fourth plink device, raw
		128 = /dev/plink0d	First plink device, debug
		129 = /dev/plink1d	Second plink device, debug
		130 = /dev/plink2d	Third plink device, debug
		131 = /dev/plink3d	Fourth plink device, debug
		192 = /dev/rplink0d	First plink device, raw, debug
		193 = /dev/rplink1d	Second plink device, raw, debug
		194 = /dev/rplink2d	Third plink device, raw, debug
		195 = /dev/rplink3d	Fourth plink device, raw, debug

		This is a commercial driver; contact James Howes
		<jth@prosig.demon.co.uk> for information.

 65 block	SCSI disk devices (16-31)
		  0 = /dev/sdq		17th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdr		18th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sds		19th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdaf		32nd SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 66 char	YARC PowerPC PCI coprocessor card
		  0 = /dev/yppcpci0	First YARC card
		  1 = /dev/yppcpci1	Second YARC card
		    ...

 66 block	SCSI disk devices (32-47)
		  0 = /dev/sdag		33th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdah		34th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sdai		35th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdav		48nd SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 67 char	Coda network file system
		  0 = /dev/cfs0		Coda cache manager

		See http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu for information about Coda.

 67 block	SCSI disk devices (48-63)
		  0 = /dev/sdaw		49th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdax		50th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sday		51st SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdbl		64th SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 68 char	CAPI 2.0 interface
		  0 = /dev/capi20	Control device
		  1 = /dev/capi20.00	First CAPI 2.0 application
		  2 = /dev/capi20.01	Second CAPI 2.0 application
		    ...
		 20 = /dev/capi20.19	19th CAPI 2.0 application

		ISDN CAPI 2.0 driver for use with CAPI 2.0
		applications; currently supports the AVM B1 card.

 68 block	SCSI disk devices (64-79)
		  0 = /dev/sdbm		65th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdbn		66th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sdbo		67th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdcb		80th SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 69 char	MA16 numeric accelerator card
		  0 = /dev/ma16		Board memory access

 69 block	SCSI disk devices (80-95)
		  0 = /dev/sdcc		81st SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdcd		82nd SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sdce		83th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sdcr		96th SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 70 char	SpellCaster Protocol Services Interface
		  0 = /dev/apscfg	Configuration interface
		  1 = /dev/apsauth	Authentication interface
		  2 = /dev/apslog	Logging interface
		  3 = /dev/apsdbg	Debugging interface
		 64 = /dev/apsisdn	ISDN command interface
		 65 = /dev/apsasync	Async command interface
		128 = /dev/apsmon	Monitor interface

 70 block	SCSI disk devices (96-111)
		  0 = /dev/sdcs		97th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sdct		98th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sdcu		99th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sddh		112nd SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 71 char	Computone IntelliPort II serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyF0	IntelliPort II board 0, port 0
		  1 = /dev/ttyF1	IntelliPort II board 0, port 1
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/ttyF63	IntelliPort II board 0, port 63
		 64 = /dev/ttyF64	IntelliPort II board 1, port 0
		 65 = /dev/ttyF65	IntelliPort II board 1, port 1
		    ...
		127 = /dev/ttyF127	IntelliPort II board 1, port 63
		128 = /dev/ttyF128	IntelliPort II board 2, port 0
		129 = /dev/ttyF129	IntelliPort II board 2, port 1
		    ...
		191 = /dev/ttyF191	IntelliPort II board 2, port 63
		192 = /dev/ttyF192	IntelliPort II board 3, port 0
		193 = /dev/ttyF193	IntelliPort II board 3, port 1
		    ...
		255 = /dev/ttyF255	IntelliPort II board 3, port 63

 71 block	SCSI disk devices (112-127)
		  0 = /dev/sddi		113th SCSI disk whole disk
		 16 = /dev/sddj		114th SCSI disk whole disk
		 32 = /dev/sddk		115th SCSI disk whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/sddx		128th SCSI disk whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 72 char	Computone IntelliPort II serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cuf0		Callout device for ttyF0
		  1 = /dev/cuf1		Callout device for ttyF1
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/cuf63	Callout device for ttyF63
		 64 = /dev/cuf64	Callout device for ttyF64
		 65 = /dev/cuf65	Callout device for ttyF65
		    ...
		127 = /dev/cuf127	Callout device for ttyF127
		128 = /dev/cuf128	Callout device for ttyF128
		129 = /dev/cuf129	Callout device for ttyF129
		    ...
		191 = /dev/cuf191	Callout device for ttyF191
		192 = /dev/cuf192	Callout device for ttyF192
		193 = /dev/cuf193	Callout device for ttyF193
		    ...
		255 = /dev/cuf255	Callout device for ttyF255

 72 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, first controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c0d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c0d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c0d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 73 char	Computone IntelliPort II serial card - control devices
		  0 = /dev/ip2ipl0	Loadware device for board 0
		  1 = /dev/ip2stat0	Status device for board 0
		  4 = /dev/ip2ipl1	Loadware device for board 1
		  5 = /dev/ip2stat1	Status device for board 1
		  8 = /dev/ip2ipl2	Loadware device for board 2
		  9 = /dev/ip2stat2	Status device for board 2
		 12 = /dev/ip2ipl3	Loadware device for board 3
		 13 = /dev/ip2stat3	Status device for board 3

 73 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, second controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c1d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c1d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c1d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 74 char	SCI bridge
		  0 = /dev/SCI/0	SCI device 0
		  1 = /dev/SCI/1	SCI device 1
		    ...

		Currently for Dolphin Interconnect Solutions' PCI-SCI
		bridge.

 74 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, third controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c2d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c2d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c2d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 75 char	Specialix IO8+ serial card
		  0 = /dev/ttyW0	First IO8+ port, first card
		  1 = /dev/ttyW1	Second IO8+ port, first card
		    ...
		  8 = /dev/ttyW8	First IO8+ port, second card
		    ...

 75 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, fourth controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c3d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c3d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c3d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 76 char	Specialix IO8+ serial card - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cuw0		Callout device for ttyW0
		  1 = /dev/cuw1		Callout device for ttyW1
		    ...
		  8 = /dev/cuw8		Callout device for ttyW8
		    ...

 76 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, fifth controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c4d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c4d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c4d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.


 77 char	ComScire Quantum Noise Generator
		  0 = /dev/qng		ComScire Quantum Noise Generator

 77 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, sixth controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c5d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c5d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c5d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 78 char	PAM Software's multimodem boards
		  0 = /dev/ttyM0	First PAM modem
		  1 = /dev/ttyM1	Second PAM modem
		    ...

 78 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, seventh controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c6d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c6d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c6d15	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 79 char	PAM Software's multimodem boards - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cum0		Callout device for ttyM0
		  1 = /dev/cum1		Callout device for ttyM1
		    ...

 79 block	Compaq Intelligent Drive Array, eighth controller
		  0 = /dev/ida/c7d0	First logical drive whole disk
		 16 = /dev/ida/c7d1	Second logical drive whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/ida/c715	16th logical drive whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 80 char	Photometrics AT200 CCD camera
		  0 = /dev/at200	Photometrics AT200 CCD camera

 80 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hda	First I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdb	Second I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdp	16th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 81 char	video4linux
		  0 = /dev/video0	Video capture/overlay device
		    ...
		 63 = /dev/video63	Video capture/overlay device
		 64 = /dev/radio0	Radio device
		    ...
		127 = /dev/radio63	Radio device
		224 = /dev/vbi0		Vertical blank interrupt
		    ...
		255 = /dev/vbi31	Vertical blank interrupt

 81 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdq	17th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdr	18th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdaf	32nd I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 82 char	WiNRADiO communications receiver card
		  0 = /dev/winradio0	First WiNRADiO card
		  1 = /dev/winradio1	Second WiNRADiO card
		    ...

		The driver and documentation may be obtained from
		http://www.winradio.com/

 82 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdag	33rd I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdah	34th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdav	48th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 83 char	Matrox mga_vid video driver
 		 0 = /dev/mga_vid0	1st video card
		 1 = /dev/mga_vid1	2nd video card
		 2 = /dev/mga_vid2	3rd video card
		  ...
	        15 = /dev/mga_vid15	16th video card

 83 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdaw	49th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdax	50th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdbl	64th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 84 char	Ikon 1011[57] Versatec Greensheet Interface
		  0 = /dev/ihcp0	First Greensheet port
		  1 = /dev/ihcp1	Second Greensheet port

 84 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdbm	65th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdbn	66th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdcb	80th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 85 char	Linux/SGI shared memory input queue
		  0 = /dev/shmiq	Master shared input queue
		  1 = /dev/qcntl0	First device pushed
		  2 = /dev/qcntl1	Second device pushed
		    ...

 85 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdcc	81st I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdcd	82nd I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hdcr	96th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 86 char	SCSI media changer
		  0 = /dev/sch0		First SCSI media changer
		  1 = /dev/sch1		Second SCSI media changer
		    ...

 86 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hdcs	97th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hdct	98th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hddh	112th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 87 char	Sony Control-A1 stereo control bus
		  0 = /dev/controla0	First device on chain
		  1 = /dev/controla1	Second device on chain
		    ...

 87 block	I2O hard disk
		  0 = /dev/i2o/hddi	113rd I2O hard disk, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/i2o/hddj	114th I2O hard disk, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/i2o/hddx	128th I2O hard disk, whole disk

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 88 char	COMX synchronous serial card
		  0 = /dev/comx0	COMX channel 0
		  1 = /dev/comx1	COMX channel 1
		    ...

 88 block	Seventh IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdm		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdn		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 89 char	I2C bus interface
		  0 = /dev/i2c-0	First I2C adapter
		  1 = /dev/i2c-1	Second I2C adapter
		    ...

 89 block	Eighth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdo		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdp		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 90 char	Memory Technology Device (RAM, ROM, Flash)
		  0 = /dev/mtd0		First MTD (rw)
		  1 = /dev/mtdr0	First MTD (ro)
		    ...
		 30 = /dev/mtd15	16th MTD (rw)
		 31 = /dev/mtdr15	16th MTD (ro)

 90 block	Ninth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hdq		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdr		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 91 char	CAN-Bus devices
		  0 = /dev/can0		First CAN-Bus controller
		  1 = /dev/can1		Second CAN-Bus controller
		    ...

 91 block	Tenth IDE hard disk/CD-ROM interface
		  0 = /dev/hds		Master: whole disk (or CD-ROM)
		 64 = /dev/hdt		Slave: whole disk (or CD-ROM)

		Partitions are handled the same way as for the first
		interface (see major number 3).

 92 char	Reserved for ith Kommunikationstechnik MIC ISDN card

 92 block	PPDD encrypted disk driver
		  0 = /dev/ppdd0	First encrypted disk
		  1 = /dev/ppdd1	Second encrypted disk
		    ...

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

 93 char

 93 block	NAND Flash Translation Layer filesystem
		  0 = /dev/nftla	First NFTL layer
		 16 = /dev/nftlb	Second NFTL layer
		    ...
		240 = /dev/nftlp	16th NTFL layer

 94 char

 94 block	IBM S/390 DASD block storage
    		  0 = /dev/dasda First DASD device, major
    		  1 = /dev/dasda1 First DASD device, block 1
	    	  2 = /dev/dasda2 First DASD device, block 2
    		  3 = /dev/dasda3 First DASD device, block 3
    		  4 = /dev/dasdb Second DASD device, major
    		  5 = /dev/dasdb1 Second DASD device, block 1
    		  6 = /dev/dasdb2 Second DASD device, block 2
    		  7 = /dev/dasdb3 Second DASD device, block 3
		    ...

 95 char	IP filter
		  0 = /dev/ipl		Filter control device/log file
		  1 = /dev/ipnat	NAT control device/log file
		  2 = /dev/ipstate	State information log file
		  3 = /dev/ipauth	Authentication control device/log file
		    ...

 96 char	Parallel port ATAPI tape devices
		  0 = /dev/pt0		First parallel port ATAPI tape
		  1 = /dev/pt1		Second parallel port ATAPI tape
		    ...
		128 = /dev/npt0		First p.p. ATAPI tape, no rewind
		129 = /dev/npt1		Second p.p. ATAPI tape, no rewind
		    ...

 96 block	Inverse NAND Flash Translation Layer
		  0 = /dev/inftla First INFTL layer
		 16 = /dev/inftlb Second INFTL layer
		    ...
		240 = /dev/inftlp	16th INTFL layer

 97 char	Parallel port generic ATAPI interface
		  0 = /dev/pg0		First parallel port ATAPI device
		  1 = /dev/pg1		Second parallel port ATAPI device
		  2 = /dev/pg2		Third parallel port ATAPI device
		  3 = /dev/pg3		Fourth parallel port ATAPI device

		These devices support the same API as the generic SCSI
		devices.

 98 char	Control and Measurement Device (comedi)
		  0 = /dev/comedi0	First comedi device
		  1 = /dev/comedi1	Second comedi device
		    ...

		See http://stm.lbl.gov/comedi.

 98 block	User-mode virtual block device
		  0 = /dev/ubda		First user-mode block device
		 16 = /dev/udbb		Second user-mode block device
		    ...

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

		This device is used by the user-mode virtual kernel port.

 99 char	Raw parallel ports
		  0 = /dev/parport0	First parallel port
		  1 = /dev/parport1	Second parallel port
		    ...

 99 block	JavaStation flash disk
		  0 = /dev/jsfd		JavaStation flash disk

100 char	Telephony for Linux
		  0 = /dev/phone0	First telephony device
		  1 = /dev/phone1	Second telephony device
		    ...

101 char	Motorola DSP 56xxx board
		  0 = /dev/mdspstat	Status information
		  1 = /dev/mdsp1	First DSP board I/O controls
		    ...
		 16 = /dev/mdsp16	16th DSP board I/O controls

101 block	AMI HyperDisk RAID controller
		  0 = /dev/amiraid/ar0	First array whole disk
		 16 = /dev/amiraid/ar1	Second array whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/amiraid/ar15	16th array whole disk

		For each device, partitions are added as:
		  0 = /dev/amiraid/ar?	  Whole disk
		  1 = /dev/amiraid/ar?p1  First partition
		  2 = /dev/amiraid/ar?p2  Second partition
		    ...
		 15 = /dev/amiraid/ar?p15 15th partition

102 char

102 block	Compressed block device
		  0 = /dev/cbd/a	First compressed block device, whole device
		 16 = /dev/cbd/b	Second compressed block device, whole device
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cbd/p	16th compressed block device, whole device

		Partitions are handled in the same way as for IDE
		disks (see major number 3) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

103 char	Arla network file system
		  0 = /dev/nnpfs0	First NNPFS device
		  1 = /dev/nnpfs1	Second NNPFS device

		Arla is a free clone of the Andrew File System, AFS.
		The NNPFS device gives user mode filesystem
		implementations a kernel presence for caching and easy
		mounting.  For more information about the project,
		write to <arla-drinkers@stacken.kth.se> or see
		http://www.stacken.kth.se/project/arla/

103 block	Audit device
		  0 = /dev/audit	Audit device

104 char	Flash BIOS support

104 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, first controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c0d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c0d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c0d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

105 char	Comtrol VS-1000 serial controller
		  0 = /dev/ttyV0	First VS-1000 port
		  1 = /dev/ttyV1	Second VS-1000 port
		    ...

105 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, second controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c1d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c1d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c1d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

106 char	Comtrol VS-1000 serial controller - alternate devices
		  0 = /dev/cuv0		First VS-1000 port
		  1 = /dev/cuv1		Second VS-1000 port
		    ...

106 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, third controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c2d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c2d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c2d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

107 char	3Dfx Voodoo Graphics device
		  0 = /dev/3dfx		Primary 3Dfx graphics device

107 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, fourth controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c3d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c3d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c3d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

108 char	Device independent PPP interface
		  0 = /dev/ppp		Device independent PPP interface

108 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, fifth controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c4d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c4d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c4d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

109 char	Reserved for logical volume manager

109 block	Compaq Next Generation Drive Array, sixth controller
		  0 = /dev/cciss/c5d0	First logical drive, whole disk
		 16 = /dev/cciss/c5d1	Second logical drive, whole disk
		    ...
		240 = /dev/cciss/c5d15	16th logical drive, whole disk

		Partitions are handled the same way as for Mylex
		DAC960 (see major number 48) except that the limit on
		partitions is 15.

110 char	miroMEDIA Surround board
		  0 = /dev/srnd0	First miroMEDIA Surround board
		  1 = /dev/srnd1	Second miroMEDIA Surround board
		    ...

110 block	Compaq Next Generation
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