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New Device Notifier with Automount

   0.4alpha1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 88%
New Device Notifier with Automount
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3737
Submitted:  Oct 19 2008
Updated:  Sep 19 2009

Description:

An extended version of the original devicenotifier-applet which mounts the new media after it was inserted.

The volumes are mounted with special options for every filesystem. These options can be configured in the applet. The options are stored in the automountoptionsrc settings file.

Features planned for version 0.4:
* mountoptions for special volumes (depending on udi)
* select the application which is opened by the devicenotifier per filesystem and device

Installation
The plasmoid can be compiled and installed using these steps:
1. Decompress the archive
2. move to ./build
3. execute cmake ../src
4. compile with "make"
5. install it with "make install". Depending on the installation directory you configured with cmake you'll have to be root




Changelog:

Version 0.1
- initial version with automount
Version 0.2
- opens the default-application for the detected mimetype (should be normally inode/directory)
Version 0.3
- based on the plasmoid of KDE 4.2
Version 0.4alpha1
- based on the plasmoid of KDE 4.3
- fixed audio-cd-handling
- remounting is handled internally
- mountoptions can be configured per filesystem




LicenseGPL
Source(devicenotifier_automount_0.4alpha1.tar.bz2)
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 noexec option

 
 by vidak on: Nov 17 2008
 
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The plasmoid mounts eg. an external USB HDD with ext3 file system with noexec option, disabling running my scripts etc.
Wouldn't it be better to mount the drives without this option like the original Device Notifier does?
Remounting the drive with 'exec' takes a lot of time... :)


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 Problem with characters

 
 by matthew11 on: Nov 23 2008
 
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It shoud be a good ide to add the "isocharset=utf8" option to the mount options in case of vfat device attached, because of special characters (like éáűúőóüöí) shown incorrectly, and every flie operation in these files are fails.
Matthew


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 Re: Problem with characters

 
 by gravy on: Feb 7 2009
 
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word!


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 Re: Re: Problem with characters

 
 by gravy on: Feb 7 2009
 
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There is a patch:

http://aur.archlinux.org/packages/plasma-devicenotifier_automount-utf8/plasma-devicenotifier_automount-utf8/utf8.patch


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 Build errors under 4.2

 
 by cliffix on: Feb 16 2009
 
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After updating to kde-4.2 on Fedora 10 and trying to recompile this plasmoid,`cmake` failed with the following:

Quote:

CMake Error at /usr/share/kde4/apps/cmake/modules/FindPlasma.cmake:13 (message):
FindPlasma.cmake is deprecated. Now with KDE 4.2 Plasma is part of kdelibs
and automatically found using find_package(KDE4) instead.
(... snip ...)


SOLVED** by commenting out find_package(Plasma REQUIRED) in the file ../CMakeLists.txt.

This plasmoid now cmakes, builds and installs perfectly.

** Solution found here: http://forum.kde.org/printthread.php?tid=27344


Cliff
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 Install instructions?

 
 by Retromingent on: Feb 18 2009
 
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I downloaded the source for the device notification applet, but I don't see a README or INSTALL file.

How do I install the applet?


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 Re: Install instructions?

 
 by strobeam on: Feb 20 2009
 
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You can install this plasmoid as any other plasmoid. I will add a readme.txt with the next release.

These instructions can be used to install the plasmoid:

- untar the archive
- cd ~/logout
- mkdir build
- cd build
- cmake ..
- make
- make install (as root)

This installs the plasmoid under /usr/local. If you want to install in under the KDE-install-tree you have to change the cmake instruction:

- cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-


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 Re: Re: Install instructions?

 
 by bjb1959 on: Mar 5 2009
 
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I can't get this to work. when I type in cmake it just gives me a list of options to use with cmake. do I do something extra that you aren't saying here to get it to work? I am not a newbie and use ./configure all the time but not cmake so maybe I am not doing something right. Please let me know


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 Re: Install instructions?

 
 by strobeam on: Feb 20 2009
 
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You can install this plasmoid as any other plasmoid. I will add a readme.txt with the next release.

These instructions can be used to install the plasmoid:

- untar the archive
- cd ~/logout
- mkdir build
- cd build
- cmake ..
- make
- make install (as root)

This installs the plasmoid under /usr/local. If you want to change the folder you'll have to change the cmake command.


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 Ebuild

 
 by patstew on: Mar 4 2009
 
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devicenotifier_automount-0.3.ebuild

Quote:
# Copyright 1999-2009 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header: $

EAPI="2"

RESTRICT="nomirror"
KDE_MINIMAL="4.2"
inherit kde4-base versionator

MY_P="${PN}_${PV}"

DESCRIPTION="Plasmoid for automounting external drives."
HOMEPAGE="http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/New+Device+Notifier+with+Automount?content=91517"
SRC_URI="http://www.kde-look.org/CONTENT/content-files/91517-${MY_P}.tar.bz2"

LICENSE="GPL-2"
SLOT="0"
KEYWORDS="~amd64 ~x86"
IUSE=""

RDEPEND="${DEPEND}"

S="${WORKDIR}/${PN}/src"


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 How to remove noexec

 
 by triptol on: Mar 21 2009
 
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Does anyone have a clue how I can remove the noexec option?

I did remove it from the source, even replacing it with exec, but to no avail. Seem to me the problem is somewhere in hal, where hal mounts it with user (we are mounting as an ordinary user) which implies setting noexec, nosuid and some others.

Any idea how I can get hal to ignore the noexec?


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