Features/DeviceKit/HalDependencies

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Here is a list of all packages in F10 that hal, libhal.so.1 or libhal-storage.so.1. Except where noted, we don't expect to port these to DeviceKit for F11.

  • anaconda - will be ported when and if the installer team thinks that is a good idea
  • bluez-gnome - only uses libhal to get the formfactor
  • brasero - uses libhal to interact with drives
  • cheese - uses libhal to find webcams
  • concordance - only requires hal to install fdi files, should be fine
  • conexusmm - uses libhal to find serial ports
  • control-center - uses libhal in the sound capplet to find sound devices, will be solved by using the new sound capplet in gnome-media
  • emelfm2 - uses libhal to find storage devices
  • evolution - ipod plugin uses libhal to find ipod devices
  • exo - uses libhal to find storage devices
  • gdm - should be fine
  • gimp - uses libhal to find input devices
  • gnomad2 - uses libhal to find portable audio players
  • gnome-device-manager - needs porting
  • gnome-keyring - uses libhal to monitor removable storage devices
  • gnome-mount - needs porting for F11
  • gnome-pilot - uses libhal to find usb devices
  • gnome-power-manager - has been completely ported to DeviceKit-power
  • gnome-utils - uses libhal to find floppy device
  • gnome-vfs2 - is being phased out in favour of gvfs
  • gnome-volume-manager - is dead
  • gparted - only requires hal to install fdi files, should be fine
  • gstreamer-plugins-good - uses libhal to find audio devices
  • gtkpod - uses libhal to find storage devices
  • gvfs - needs porting for F11
  • gxine - uses libhal to find block devices
  • hal-cups-utils - uses libhal to find printers
  • halevt - needs porting
  • hplip - requires hal to install fdi files, should be fine
  • k3b - uses libhal to find cdrom devices
  • kdebase3
  • knetworkmanager
  • kpowersave - should be ported to DeviceKit-power (dead upstream?)
  • libfprint - installs a few fdi files, unused by any apps currently
  • libgpod - uses libhal to retrieve info from ipod devices via SCSI commands
  • libipoddevice - uses libhal to find ipod devices
  • libmtp - requires hal to install fdi files, should be fine
  • libsynce - uses libhal to find pda devices
  • nautilus-cd-burner - uses hal to interact with drives
  • NetworkManager - uses libhal to find network devices
  • nut - needs porting to DeviceKit-power (upstream unwilling)
  • odccm - uses libhal to find pda devices
  • oxine - uses libhal to monitor volumes and drives
  • pcmanfm - uses libhal to find volumes and drives
  • pmount - uses hal to mount and unmount devices
  • pm-utils - requires hal to install fdi files, should be fine
  • pulseaudio - uses libhal to find audio devices
  • python-minihallib - python wrapper around hal api
  • rhpxl - uses hal to find mice and video cards
  • rhythmbox - uses libhal to find remote audio players
  • sane-backends - only requires hal to install an fdi file, should be fine
  • synaptics - only requires hal to install an fdi file, should be fine
  • synce-hal
  • thinkfinger - requires hal to install some fdi files, should be fine, and is obsoleted by fprintd anyway
  • Thunar - uses libhal to monitor volumes and drives
  • thunar-volman - uses libhal to monitor removable devices
  • tracker - ported to DK-power upstream, needs porting to DeviceKit-disks
  • xfce4-volstatus-icon - uses libhal to monitor volumes and drives
  • xorg-x11-server - uses libhal to find input devices