Re: udev rules files
Kay Sievers <kay.sievers <at> vrfy.org>
2009-04-26 22:24:54 GMT
On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 23:45, Michael Biebl <mbiebl <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Afaics, no such work has been done yet within hal, which allows to
> disable the different components.
Yeah, that will be done, when we consider the stuff to be ready. It
will be pretty easy to that, I expect.
> On the other hand, gnome-power-manager already uses DeviceKit-power.
> Will future versions of e.g. gnome-power-manager or gnome-mount fall
> back safely on HAL or will there be no problem if DeviceKit-power and
> HAL (with power mangement enabled) are run in parallel?
You can still run both at the same time. The current g-p-m will not
use hal, and not fall back. You can still use the old version for
Gnome-mount uses HAL and will not be ported to DK-disks. Nautilus/gvfs
already uses DK-disks, and gnome-mount can just go away after the
>>> Would this be part of udev/udev-extras? Would udev become dependend on D-Bus?
>> No. If things work out as planned, DeviceKit, the main daemon, will go
>> away. Subsystem daemons will subscribe directly to device evens with
>> libudev. Udev/the kernel will do the event multiplexing/filtering,
>> there will be no D-Bus involved. It will be part of main udev, not
> When approximately (weeks, months) do you expect this to happen?