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Solid: KDE Hardware Library

Solid: KDE Hardware Library


By Yaba
Published: Jan 5 2006

Today computers must deal with a large variety of consumer electronic devices while networks and Internet access have become pervasive. Our desktop must interact robustly with this highly dynamic world.



Solid: KDE Hardware Library

The answer to this is Solid, a new library for accessing hardware information from KDE applications, which will introduced with KDE 4. Another part that makes the wait for KDE 4 even harder. Check it out..


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 nice!

 
 by puelocesar on: Jan 10 2006
 
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That's a great idea!

Every no linux user always complains that linux doesn't have good interaction with hardware, and winxp recongnizes everything...

Kde4 really will be wonderfull in terms of usability

Congratulations for the innovative way to think!


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Of necessity, this honor is generally bestowed posthumously."

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 Do you know song...?

 
 by Ricardo on: Jan 12 2006
 
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As it is in one english song: Solid, solid as a rock...
I hope that KDE's Solid will be as a rock.


peacefull debian gnu/linux user
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 hope for this...

 
 by xep on: Jan 14 2006
 
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splendidly!
bothered to use the unnative programs for such necessary actions...

coolkde


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 i dont think so

 
 by soulrebel on: Feb 5 2006
 
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i dont think this is really good, with all the different platforms kde runs on i am sure some will be left behind.
also i do not think it is a desktop environment's responsibilty to meddle with hardware... the further you take the user away from his "system internals" the more you will confuse him in the end...
same thing going on with the kio-slaves right now: what is the point home:/ ? who in the world is not able to enter /home/hisname ? the first time idiot-user will use a non-kde app he will be completely lost...

why dont you spend the coding time on making a lowlevel hardware interface, that abstracts /dev , make that gui independent, cross-platform, then you will have something really great:
uniform access to hardware from different programs, desktop environments et cetera


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