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Device Manager

   1.1.1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 92%
Device Manager
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  6274
Submitted:  Jun 1 2009
Updated:  Sep 1 2009

Description:

This applet is discontinued!! Since I'm now working directly on the KDE's Device Notifier I won't add any new feature to this one. I'll fix serious bugs, though.


This is an applet that lets you mount, umount, open your devices.
It has a capacity bar to show the free space, and avoids the ugly window that pops up when you open a device with more than one action in the standard Device Notifier.
It can show all the devices instead of the removable ones only and can do the automount.

I hope you like it!

WARNING! With KDE previous than 4.3 and dark plasma themes you won't be able to read the labels cause the font is dark too.




Changelog:

1.1.1
-shows errors on mounting if any and after the mount the icon changes
-fixed the bug of some .dektop files not readed
-fixed a bug with the show/hide system

1.1
-when a mount is done the icon changes like when you eject something
-the capacity bar grows with the widget
-various code liftings

1.0.2
-added option utf8 when mounting fat volumes

1.0.1
-fixed a regression that caused plasma to freeze

1.0
-added a capacity bar
-added the possibility to lay out the actions in a row instead of in column
-fixed a crash with automount and audio or blanck cd
-maybe other things that I don't remember :p. Find them out by yourself!

0.4
-now the devices can be hidden as you can do in dolphin
-added a button to simply mount the devices as you can umount them

0.3
-added an option to hide the not removable devices
-an option to change the icon instead of show the popup on the insertion of a new device
-a bugfix

0.2
-added a margin in the left of the actions to distinguish them from the devices
-added an option for the automount
-added an option that makes the dialog hide after some time after the insertion of a removable device
-fixed a bug with the scroll
-better code

0.1
initial version




LicenseGPL
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Mandriva(Mandriva i586)
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 Outrageous!

 
 by Podstavsky on: Sep 1 2009
 
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One of the best plasmoids I've ever installed! Brilliant application and thank you! :)


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 Re: Outrageous!

 
 by mirzaD on: Sep 2 2009
 
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This is GREAT plasmoid,
you should really really really speak with KDE people about putting your plasmoid as default or at least as a option/alternative like with Kickoff Application Launcher.

PS.
Would it be hard to implement this:
http://forum.kde.org/brainstorm.php?mode=idea&i=62492#p83052


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 Re: Re: Outrageous!

 
 by giucam on: Sep 2 2009
 
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i proposed the patch to the reviewboard, and we're now discussing it. it will be in KDE 4.4.
For the idea I don't know. because the icons are png and i don't think you can animate them. there could be other ways to do it, but anyway i'm not able to draw, especially with the pc, so i'd need someone to do the icons


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 Improvement

 
 by qwertz-1 on: Sep 2 2009
 
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When I click on the device where is only one action possible it should do the action instead of give me the option to choose from one action. I think that it is quite expected behavior.


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 How to disable noexec option

 
 by olelukoie on: Sep 3 2009
 
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I have tried devicemanager plasmoid and have noticed that I can not run my scripts and "portable" utilities that I store on an external USB HDD. The problem is that this HDD was automounted with "noexec" option. Is it possible to disable this option?


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 Re: How to disable noexec option

 
 by giucam on: Sep 3 2009
 
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if you're using 1.1 or later, i dont know :) it uses the kde libraries to mount it, and i don't know how to change the options. the method i use is Solid::StoraceAccess::setup(), if you want to search.
If you use a previous version, you just remove the option in the file devicemanager.cpp, in the mountDevice() method.


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 Re: Re: How to disable noexec option

 
 by olelukoie on: Sep 4 2009
 
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Oh, thank you for your reply. I've tried the binary package for mandriva (x86_64) and it's version is still 1.0.1. So I just need to wait for the package update or build my own one. I hope it will be OK as the standard KDE's device notifier mounts USB devices without noexec.


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 Culdn't install

 
 by phantomazz on: Sep 6 2009
 
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Well, it could seem funny, but I didn't manage to install this plasmoid. I run Fedora Core 11.

I downloaded sources, generated make files from CMakeLists.txt, ran "make", then ran "sudo make install". After that I couldn't see "Device Manager" item in "Add widgets" menu. I thought I should have restarted Plasma, so I did, but I still did not see what I wanted to see. I restarted computer then but it didn't help as well.

What did I do in a wrong way? Thanks beforehand.


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 Re: Culdn't install

 
 by giucam on: Sep 6 2009
 
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probably you didn't tell to cmake the right install prefix. use cmake -D_CMAKE_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` .
then compile and run kbuildycoca4 and you should see it.


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 Re: Re: Culdn't install

 
 by phantomazz on: Sep 6 2009
 
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Thanks a lot. I've done it.

-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX - that was all I need.

Thanks once more. Nice plasmoid.


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 Re: Re: Re: Culdn't install

 
 by Kummerpaule on: Sep 15 2009
 
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hey,

i've tried all this and still cannot find it in the add-widgets list.
i am running kubuntu. please help!

cheers :)


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 Alignment

 
 by ronanjardim on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Hi!

Great plasmoid, congratulations. It really should be on KDE official plasmoids.

I just have one little issue: when I mount some device, the label "2 actions for this device" (in Portuguese, 2 ações para este dispositivo) overlaps the bar of the free space. I think it should be better just hide this label when a device got mounted.

Can this issue be fixed?

Thanks,
Ronan.


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 Re: Alignment

 
 by giucam on: Sep 9 2009
 
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actually, the subtitle should hide if there is the capacity bar. are you sure you have the latest version?


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 Re: Re: Alignment

 
 by ronanjardim on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Yes, I am.

But I noticed now that this just happen with my hard disk partitions.

When I plug my pendrive it works just as you said. But with my two windows partitions, the problem that I have described really exists.

Thanks,
Ronan.


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 cannot download

 
 by gerstavros on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Hi, the link for madriva i586 package doesn't work.


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 Re: cannot download

 
 by giucam on: Sep 9 2009
 
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fixed, thanks


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