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barner at in.tum.de
Tue Dec 23 20:33:19 PST 2003
> * gstreamer[-plugins]: Make sure your favorite plug-in works. Try
> testing out gst-capable apps such as rhythmbox, gst-mixer,
> nautilus-media, etc.
Koop Mast and me are working on this. I was able to build quite a lot of
plugins, but I did not do any testing before.
Since I'll be away from FreeBSD until 29th, I have uploaded my current
If you want to use these patches, be sure to contact Koop first, since
is working on disjoint problems of the port, and I asked him to merge my
> * Nautilus' volume monitor code: The volume monitor code has been
> completely re-written in GNOME 2.5, and I'm much happier with the
> FreeBSD code. I've tried to make the functionality as close to Linux as
> possible, but you never know. What you should test here is make sure a
> mounted CD/DVD or floppy disk shows up on the desktop. You should also
> be able to do ``sysclt vfs.usermount=1'' then add an entry to fstab
> where the mount point is owned by a user other than root, then see that
> icon on your desktop even when the disk is not mounted. You should then
> be able to right-click on the icon, and mount the disk.
Unfortunately, that does not work for me.
I set vfs.usermount=1, and my /etc/fstab looks like this:
/dev/acd0c /home/simon/cdrom cd9660 ro,nosuid,noauto 0 0
/dev/fd0.1440 /home/simon/floppy msdos rw,nosuid,noauto 0 0
I can mount the volumes via computer:///, but there are no mount links
on the desktop.
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