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Month: August 2010

Re: [trinity-users] Removable USB Devices

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sat, 21 Aug 2010 00:36:49 -0500
> Jimmy Johnson wrote:
>> Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>>> Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>>>> One additional question; do you have the kde-trinity package
>>>>> installed
>>>>> on
>>>>> your system?
>>>>> Thanks!
>>>>> Timothy Pearson
>>>>> Trinity Desktop Project
>>>> No, I have few meta packages installed.
>>>> Then there is a very good chance you do not have hal installed.  Hal
>>>> is
>>>> required for the USB auto-detect and a few other power management
>>>> features
>>>> to function.
>> I do have hal, hal-info, hal-trinity,  libhal1, libhal-storage1 are
>> all installed.
> I did a search for all the 'hal' and 'udev' files and compared them to a
> working kde 3.5.9 system, I added some and removed some, it did not
> help. :-(
> I installed GParted and gparted can see my usb drives, so I got the UUID
> and added them to fstab so I can use them, works ok for me, but I don't
> think everyone will want to do that.  ;-)
> Also what's the word on the Squeeze packages, are they ready for testing?
> --
> Jimmy Johnson
> Debian Lenny Trinity KDE 3.5.11 at sda13
> Registered Linux User #380263

Yes, they are ready.  Like the Lenny packages, they are still very much
beta quality as you are experiencing now.

I believe I have fixed the Apply Settings button problem in the panel
configuration dialog, along with the exiting on Apply issue.  Please
upgrade kdelibs and kdebase, restart your Trinity session, and verify that
those issues are indeed resolved.  I will look further into the HAL
problem in the meantime.