19.3. Regular Expressions in Keys

In the keys of udev rules, you may use shell-style pattern matching, known as wild cards. For example, the character * can be used as a placeholder for any characters or ? can be used for precisely one arbitrary character.

KERNEL="ts*", NAME="input/%k"

This rule assigns the standard kernel name in the standard directory to a device whose designation begins with the letters "ts". Find detailed information about the use of regular expressions in udev rules in the man page man udev.

SUSE LINUX Administration Guide 9.3