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Wed Feb 4 12:47:14 2009 UTC (5 years, 5 months ago) by chainsaw
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Avoid circular dependencies between HAL and X by dropping migration script and py86 dependency, closes bug #225091 by Ster0n <er0trashbox@gmail.com>. Properly ignore Dell recovery partitions, patch supplied by Pacho Ramos <pacho@condmat1.ciencias.uniovi.es> in bug #236784. Stop hiding unmounted partitions, as suggested by Kirill Igorevich Cherniy <kirill_i_cherniy@rambler.ru> in bug #247025. Upstream patch identified by Rafael <rktspm@gmail.com> fixes detection of partitions over ~1.2TB in size, closes bug #253815 by Yar Odin <yarodin@gmail.com>. Cease using deprecated keys in our installed examples, as pointed out by Sebastian G√ľnther <samson@guenther-roetgen.de> in bug #256304.
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1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2 <!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd">
3 <pkgmetadata>
4 <herd>freedesktop</herd>
5 <maintainer>
6 <email>chainsaw@gentoo.org</email>
7 </maintainer>
8 <use>
9 <flag name='acpi'>Enables HAL to attempt to read from /proc/acpi/event, if
10 unavailable, HAL will read events from <pkg>sys-power/acpid</pkg>. If
11 you need multiple acpi readers, ensure acpid is in your default
12 runlevel (rc-update add acpid default) along with HAL. This will also
13 enable HAL to read Toshiba and IBM acpi events which do not get sent
14 via /proc/acpi/event</flag>
15 <flag name='crypt'>Allows HAL to mount volumes that are encrypted using
16 LUKS. <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup-luks</pkg> which has recently been renamed
17 to <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup</pkg> allows you to create such encrypted
18 volumes. HAL will be able to handle volumes that are removable or
19 fixed.</flag>
20 <flag name='dell'>Builds and installs the Dell addon, which reads data from
21 the Dell SM BIOS via <pkg>sys-libs/libsmbios</pkg>. It will read your
22 service tag information and your hardware backlight data as well as
23 allow you to modify the backlight settings on a Dell laptop.</flag>
24 <flag name='disk-partition'>Allows HAL to use libparted from
25 <pkg>sys-apps/parted</pkg> to read raw partition data from your disks
26 and process that data. Future versions of HAL (possibly 0.5.11 and
27 higher) will allow you to create, modify, delete and format partitions
28 from a GUI interface agnostic of your desktop environment.</flag>
29 <flag name='doc'>Generates documentation that describes HAL's fdi
30 format.</flag>
31 <flag name='laptop'>Adds support for power management scripts
32 (<pkg>sys-power/pm-utils</pkg>)</flag>
33 <flag name='pcmcia'>Allows HAL to process PCMCIA/CardBus slot data which
34 includes inserts and removals and act on these events.</flag>
35 <flag name='selinux'>Installs SELinux policies and links HAL to the SELinux
36 libraries.</flag>
37 </use>
38 </pkgmetadata>

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