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New Device Notifier with Automount

   0.4alpha1  

Plasmoid Binary

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New Device Notifier with Automount
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3733
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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 improvement

 
 by gravy on: Aug 14 2009
 
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If there is only one action for the medium it should do directly the action instead of jumping icon of the action. It's more logical behavior. Can you please fix it?


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 Error on execution

 
 by mgp on: Sep 27 2009
 
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Hi,

After following the instructions I don't get the widget in the plasmoid list. Instead I get a .desktop file. If I execute that I get the following message:
"""
The desktop entry of type
Service
is unknown.
"""
I'm using kde 4.3.1 (kdemod) on Arch Linux.

Thanks for your time,

Michael


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 Re: Error on execution

 
 by strobeam on: Oct 4 2009
 
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Hello Michael,

I don't know the error you described. Could you please send me an email with the output of cmake and make? Perhaps I can locate your error with these outputs.

Reagards,
Achim


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 Re: Error on execution

 
 by cbartholomee on: Nov 2 2009
 
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I'm having the same issue.
Followed the installation instructions without errors. But nothing appears in my widget list and execution of the desktop file gives "The desktop entry of type Service is unknown.".
Is there a solution for this issue?


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 Re: Re: Error on execution

 
 by mgp on: Nov 2 2009
 
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I'm sorry I didn't follow up on my initial post. I'm very busy at the moment. The truth is I uninstalled the widget. When I get the time I'll retry and send the outputs.


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 Re: Re: Error on execution

 
 by daveu8282 on: Nov 10 2009
 
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I had the same problem. The reason is that 'make install' put the plasmoid's files under /usr/local, but my KDE installation only looks in /usr for plasmoid-related files. For folks who build their own KDE from development snapshots, this works great because their KDE files are already under /usr/local, but if you're running an official KDE release your files will be under /usr.

I worked around this by symlinking the three files in build/install-manifest.txt to the corresponding directories under /usr. As soon as I did this, I was able to see the plasmoid in the Add Widgets list.

Dave


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 Re: Re: Re: Error on execution

 
 by cbartholomee on: Nov 10 2009
 
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Thanks Dave, this helped me out.

Couldn't find this build/install-manifest.txt though. Instead I moved both /usr/local/lib/kde4/plasma_applet_devicenotifier_automount.so and /usr/local/share/kde4/services/plasma-applet-devicenotifier_automount.desktop to the corresponding /usr location.

Cyrille


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 compiling for newbe

 
 by pmoreaux on: Oct 16 2009
 
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Hello

first of all, many thanks for your software.
I am not used to compile gadgets for KDE and I fail to compile your code.
I suppose this is a trivial error from me, but if you have time for answering me... thank you, best regards:

In file included from /tmp/a/devicenotifier_automount_0.4alpha1/src/devicenotifier_automount.cpp:22:
/tmp/a/devicenotifier_automount_0.4alpha1/src/devicenotifier_automount.h:28:30: error: Plasma/PopupApplet: no file !!!


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 Plasmoid is working good

 
 by Arago on: Oct 27 2009
 
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Thank You! Great job! I built 0.4a1 version, copied options from standart plasmoid and all now is working great. But how about add utf8 option for vfat to default options? I have KDE 4.3.1, OS - Kubuntu 9.04.


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 translucent background

 
 by biophysics on: Nov 24 2009
 
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In the kde > 4.3.1 the translucent background looks good. Could you please add it to your applet ?

I have put it in http://paste.ubuntu.com/326736/

Thanks,
Karthik


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 translucent background

 
 by biophysics on: Nov 24 2009
 
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In the kde > 4.3.1 the translucent background looks good. Could you please add it to your applet ?

I have put it in http://paste.ubuntu.com/326736/

Thanks,
Karthik


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 Re: translucent background

 
 by biophysics on: Nov 24 2009
 
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See this screenshot:

http://imagebin.ca/view/s_kVrg5W.html


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