> But man, getting it installed is hairy. I tried (on Debian unstable)
> and wound up only with a confused /dev directory due to d-bus
> taking over control of that.
nop. that's HAL. using dbus. my thing is not going to have anything to do with
HAL. as far as dbus is concerned, I wrote a tutorial on how to make the darn
thing work as a service (rc.d) with suse.
>> I now have a mysterious situation where the order of my two CD/DVD
> drives (internal CD/RW-writer/DVD-reader and external USB2
> CD/RW/DVD+/-R/RW-reader-and-writer) seems to be semi-random each
> time I reboot. I'm sure there's some way to fix that in the D-bus
> XML file, but it's helpfully undocumented. Gotta love GNOME
> and their consistency doco-wise -- ie. it isn't there ;)
yop :) sounds like the reason i had when i started using Qt :)
but i think the behaviour is from the way the XML file gets loaded (they say
there's no guarantee that items of the same rank are hashed in the same order
as they were loaded...)
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