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What is the role of hald-addon-stor?

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What is the role of hald-addon-stor?

What could be the consequences of deactivate it?

thanks in advance
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Its is a function of the hal daemon from what I have read.  If you deactivate it you will not be able to mount CD/DVD's.

Why would you want to deactivate it?  Is it consuming a lot of CPU?

Read this:
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=31405
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