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In 2012, the Udev code distribution was merged with systemd. Systemd is a set of programs that replace the SysVInit package used by LFS and is much more complex. It is not compatible with the LFS bootscripts and has many problems and few advantages for most LFS users. The procedures below extract libraries and programs from the systemd sources that could not be built in LFS due to library dependency issues. Unlike any other package in the BLFS book, there is no set version of systemd specified to download. Several version updates to LFS and BLFS means there are probably many different versions of Udev on the platforms that BLFS is being built upon. Therefore, you should download and use the version of systemd your computer currently uses. The BLFS team has no experience updating (or reverting to an older version) the Udev programs "on the fly." To discover the version of Udev your computer currently uses, issue /sbin/udevadm --version.
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