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Month: August 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Tim: TDEHWLIB

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2012 16:06:59 -0500
>> I cannot understate the amount of functionality that was
>> lost when HAL was abandoned.  It will take a long time to rebuild
>> everything to the same level of functionality that once was available
>> through HAL.
> Doesn't matter what was lost. :-) TDE is DEAD without automounting. I
> don't envision any user tolerating that loss of functionality. "Long time"
> won't cut the cheese with most users --- they'll move on.
> Did the OpenSuse KDE3 people resolve this problem?

No, they build HAL just as I do for Ubuntu.

>> I assume basic manual (non-automatic) mounting is working on
>> your test system?
> I did not try anything related to that. Why bother with convoluted circa
> 1999 mounting work-arounds? :-(
> Darrell

I think I was not clear enough. ;-)  What I mean is if you double-click on
the device icon, does TDE mount the device?  If not, is an error

Remember that in order to use pmount on certain distributions your user
needs to be part of a certain group on the system.  See