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New Device Notifier with Automount


Plasmoid Binary

Score 88%
New Device Notifier with Automount

Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3771
Submitted:  Oct 19 2008
Updated:  Sep 19 2009


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

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


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

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 by dekans on: Mar 22 2009
Score 50%

I'd like an 'autoreduce' option to close the wired peripherals frame after a few seconds.
Because I don't always want to open the last wired peripheral.

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 Great, I would like more ;)

 by jcichonj on: Mar 22 2009
Score 50%

It would be nice to add possibility to choose other application for mimetype, not only default.
I wanted to use digikam ...
Great work anyway :)

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 noexec option

 by vidak on: Apr 5 2009
Score 50%

I tried to change the source by adding an
else if (filesystem == "ext3")
branch with an 'exec' option, and also to change noexec to exec in the last branch (no special options), but none of them helped, the drive was mounted with noexec option.
Any ideas?

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 BUG: remount with wrong cmd

 by yangzhe1990 on: Apr 26 2009
Score 50%

The first time a device is plugged it will use the command defined in DeviceNotifier::mountDevice

But after I umount the device, and click it to mount again, the device is mounted with another command, seems the default options, which is improper for most people.

Should change the mountDevice from private to public, and insert a line before line 369 in file notifierdialog_automount.cpp


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 cannot install in debian

 by dkarnout on: May 19 2009
Score 50%

till make install everything goes fine with no errors, but plasmoid is not in the add widgets list. how do i install it? thank you

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 Re: cannot install in debian

 by markwege on: Aug 6 2009
Score 50%

I have the same problem with Kubuntu.

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 Optional script

 by weaselat on: Jul 29 2009
Score 50%

Nice plasmoid...
It would be cool to invoke a script or program upon mounting the device. Maybe based on its label or serial or something.
The background idea for me would be to backup my USB sticks via rsync automatically (which is currently done via an udev hook [double mounting]), but i'm quite sure there would be quite a lot other interesting uses for it.

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