udev rules files
mbiebl at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 14:45:06 PDT 2009
thanks a lot for the informative reply
2009/4/26 Kay Sievers <kay.sievers at vrfy.org>:
> On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 05:54, Michael Biebl <mbiebl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2009/4/6 Kay Sievers <kay.sievers at vrfy.org>:
>>> But the base DeviceKit daemon, that is just an event multiplexer, may
>>> go away and get replaced by udev itself. We will send an update on
>>> this the next weeks, when we do a final decision.
>> Any updates on this? Would be nice what you guys are planning and in
>> which direction it is heading.
> Still all in an experimental state. We are not in a hurry, because
> almost everything works already with the current HAL stuff, and we
> don't need to break things in a rush anymore. It will still be almost
> the same model, with some mistakes removed, and have different
> interfaces. The transition from non-HAL to HAL was much more painful.
> This will just replace HAL bit by bit, cut stuff in independent
> pieces. It can run with HAL in parallel as long as needed. We will
> disable pieces in HAL, when they are properly replaced by new stuff.
Afaics, no such work has been done yet within hal, which allows to
disable the different components.
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?
>> 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?
I'm asking, because I wonder if it makes sense to package DeviceKit
(for Debian) in the meantime or if this will just be wasted effort.
Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the
universe are pointed away from Earth?
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