"DeviceKit is a system -- still actively in development
-- that can enumerate devices, create signals when certain devices
are added or removed, provides the ability to merge device
information / quirks onto the devices, and is able to replace some
areas of HAL. DeviceKit has components to track disk devices as
well as power management that would otherwise be dependent upon
HAL. As part of this Fedora feature, GNOME's file manager will gain
an extension that allows formatting disk partitions within
Nautilus. The graphical front-end for DeviceKit is called
palimpsest and provides several nice management capabilities. More
information on the Fedora DeviceKit feature is available on the
Fedora Project Wiki."
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