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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd"> 2<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd">
3<pkgmetadata> 3<pkgmetadata>
4<herd>gentopia</herd> 4<herd>freedesktop</herd>
5<maintainer> 5<maintainer>
6 <email>compnerd@gentoo.org</email>
7</maintainer>
8<maintainer>
9 <email>steev@gentoo.org</email> 6 <email>dang@gentoo.org</email>
10</maintainer> 7</maintainer>
11<use> 8<use>
12 <flag name='acpi'>Enables HAL to attempt to read from /proc/acpi/event, if 9 <flag name='acpi'>Enables HAL to attempt to read from /proc/acpi/event, if
13 unavailable, HAL will read events from <pkg>sys-power/acpid</pkg>. If 10 unavailable, HAL will read events from <pkg>sys-power/acpid</pkg>. If
14 you need multiple acpi readers, ensure acpid is in your default 11 you need multiple acpi readers, ensure acpid is in your default
15 runlevel (rc-update add acpid default) along with HAL. This will also 12 runlevel (rc-update add acpid default) along with HAL. This will also
16 enable HAL to read Toshiba and IBM acpi events which do not get sent 13 enable HAL to read Toshiba and IBM acpi events which do not get sent
17 via /proc/acpi/event</flag> 14 via /proc/acpi/event</flag>
15 <flag name='consolekit'>Enables HAL to interact with consolekit for
16 determining whether a given process is running on behalf of the person
17 setting at the console.</flag>
18 <flag name='crypt'>Allows HAL to mount volumes that are encrypted using 18 <flag name='crypt'>Allows HAL to mount volumes that are encrypted using
19 LUKS. <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup-luks</pkg> which has recently been renamed 19 LUKS. <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup-luks</pkg> which has recently been renamed
20 to <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup</pkg> allows you to create such encrypted 20 to <pkg>sys-fs/cryptsetup</pkg> allows you to create such encrypted
21 volumes. HAL will be able to handle volumes that are removable or 21 volumes. HAL will be able to handle volumes that are removable or
22 fixed.</flag> 22 fixed.</flag>
31 from a GUI interface agnostic of your desktop environment.</flag> 31 from a GUI interface agnostic of your desktop environment.</flag>
32 <flag name='doc'>Generates documentation that describes HAL's fdi 32 <flag name='doc'>Generates documentation that describes HAL's fdi
33 format.</flag> 33 format.</flag>
34 <flag name='laptop'>Adds support for power management scripts 34 <flag name='laptop'>Adds support for power management scripts
35 (<pkg>sys-power/pm-utils</pkg>)</flag> 35 (<pkg>sys-power/pm-utils</pkg>)</flag>
36 <flag name='pcmcia'>Allows HAL to process PCMCIA/CardBus slot data which
37 includes inserts and removals and act on these events.</flag>
38 <flag name='selinux'>Installs SELinux policies and links HAL to the SELinux 36 <flag name='selinux'>Installs SELinux policies and links HAL to the SELinux
39 libraries.</flag> 37 libraries.</flag>
40</use> 38</use>
41</pkgmetadata> 39</pkgmetadata>

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