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Solid: More dynamic flexibility for KDE 4

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With Solid the coming Version 4 of the Linux desktop KDE is to be made more flexible when it comes to allowing network connections to be switched or hardware to be changed. Although with Linux hardware can already be hotplugged via USB or FireWire, the solutions available to date for handling such hardware or mobile devices are makeshift only.

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