On Friday 09 September 2011 22:24:27 Timothy Pearson wrote: > > I have just tested... Hybernation and suspension both to disk and to RAM > > works > > well without hal (both from the KDE menu). Auto-mounting also works well > > (if you implement it with udev rules you do not need any additional > > services running). > > Sorry, but no it does not. The original KDE media service provides popup > menus that allow you to decide if you want to mount the media, decrypt the > media, etc., which also allow the user NOT to mount something that is > plugged into the system. This popup menu works well without hal. > > K3B works well and auto-detects the media. Ejecting CD-ROM works well. > > > > What else should hal do? > > > kpowersave is completely broken without it. This is a major sticking point.