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Re: Hotplug, udev, hal, etc.

> > There have been extensive threads on this subject on d-devel. Suggest
> > people interested in udev/hotplug/coldplug read up on those.
> +5 informative.
> I guess the main point is the udev is still and will be as far as the 
> forseeable future goes, a highly moving target.
> Also the udev faqs and other user-targeted information in the hotplug folder 
> at kernel.org seems to be effectively outdated and can no longer be relied 
> upon.
> And how KDE will deal with the changes seems even harder to tell since there 
> is no way to tell where udev is going in the future..

Hmmm, I wonder if I should remove udev and reinstall hotplug for now since udev isn't really 
mature. I am still using Kernel 2.6.12-K7. What do you guys think? I am just a regular user in 
using Linux and KDE as a workstation.
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