Re: udev - easy setup ?
* Nate Bargmann <email@example.com> [2005 Aug 05 07:05 -0500]:
> So what I understand is that udev is a great framework, but it hasn't
> been sufficiently implemented in user space to be "plug and play"?
> Perhaps the desktop projects are working on utilizing it.
I shall correct myself to some degree. I just finished burning a
Ubuntu 5.04 Live CD and hotplugging my Lexar Jump Drive results in not
only a nice icon on the screen but opens a Nautilus window with the
Jump Drive directory contents. Very nice.
>From what I've seen both GNOME and KDE are getting this area of USB
hotplugging covered. Since I've seen it in KNOPPIX 3.9 and now Ubuntu,
I hope the tricks and techniques will filter into Testing in the near
future. Maybe I'm getting old and lazy, but I'm finding this automatic
stuff to be rather fun. Yet, I appreciate that with Debian I can still
get underneath it all and control it manually if need be.
- Nate >>
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