New comps and full package list
jkeating at redhat.com
Mon Jan 15 13:19:55 UTC 2007
On Sunday 14 January 2007 21:10, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> Of course, it is another question why these daemons have to run by
> default and cannot be activated when the right hardware is plugged in.
> > > bluez-utils, gnome-bluetooth, nautilus-sendto-bluetooth (Maybe install
> > > on demand when bluetooth devices are detected?)
> > Until we have such a system that can do this, we need to include them so
> > that the hardware Just Works. We don't strip out all the kernel modules,
> > why would we do the userland too? People expect their hardware to Just
> > Work, and we should ensure that it does. Until such time that we can
> > detect their hardware when they try to use it and offer a way to install
> > the software to support it, we should include it in the spin, and
> > probably install it by default (note default, can still be unchecked).
> I'd propose that the first step in that direction would be to ensure
> that daemons are only started when the relevant hardware appears, see
I agree completely. I think there was a goal for F7 to fix these hardware
daemons. So including the packages now shouldn't be a bad thing, with hopes
that the packages will get better before the final release.
Release Engineer: Fedora
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