why do I have battery, button and ac modules loaded on a desktop machine?
debian at herakles.homelinux.org
Sun Mar 12 10:16:46 UTC 2006
Joshua Andrews wrote:
> I have found since installing that there are a lot of unused services on
> by default that really don't relate to my machine.
> I don't have any wireless or bluetooth or laptop services that I need
> right away, however even after spending some time to figure out what
> some of these mysterious services related to and turning them off I am
> still seeing modules loaded, that as far as I can tell have nothing to
> do with my system, and I am not even sure where they are being loaded
> I mean, isn't there some way that "hal", or anaconda, can figure out
> whether I am a laptop or a desktop machine and setup the services and
> modules appropriately?
Probably not reliably. What of a desktop based on a mobo running a
Pentium M? I've heard of such.
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