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HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer) is part of udev. You find its config 
files in /etc/udev/rules.d/
The corresponding HAL config file is /etc/udev/rules.d/90-hal.rules and 
here (Fedora 13) looks like

[[email protected] /etc/udev/rules.d]$ cat 90-hal.rules
# pass all events to the HAL daemon
RUN+="socket:@/org/freedesktop/hal/udev_event"
[[email protected] /etc/udev/rules.d]$

suomi

On 2011-03-14 13:56, Oliver Ruebenacker wrote:
>       Hello,
>
>    Since this morning, X Windows on F14 on my Dell Latitude D820 laptop
> won't start up. It may or may not be since the first reboot after the
> latest updates during Sunday.
>
>    It says "Segmentation fault at address 0x3f"
>
>    I don't know whether it plays a role here, but in the log file, it
> also says that "Custom HAL configuration [...] If you have such
> configuration you will need to update it to the new format." with
> reference to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Input_device_configuration.
> I have no idea what HAL is, and even after reading this page, I still
> have no idea whether this applies to me or what I would need to do if
> it does.
>
>    What can I do? Thanks!
>
>       Take care
>       Oliver
>
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