On Mon, 2013-03-18 at 18:12 +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Only gvfs needs to be removed, no need to remove thunar-volman and
tumbler. However, thunar-volman without gvfs seems to be useless.
Tumbler doesn't cause issues, but I don't know what it's good for. To
see thumbnails with Thunar it isn't needed.
I keep thunar-volman and tumbler on Arch and only removed gvfs. For my
Arch nothing depends on gvfs, so it was the only package I had to remove.
root@q:~# apt-get purge gvfs
The following packages will be REMOVED:
brasero* gvfs* gvfs-backends* gvfs-fuse* nautilus* nautilus-sendto*
Who cares about the packages that depend on it? I anyway use Thunar
instead of Nautilus and K3b instead of Brasero.
So who is to blame?
By EU Regulation external drives must spin down.
I even didn't completely read the German blah blah blah,
and I won't search for links in English.
Xfce doesn't depend on gvfs, neither the Arch, nor the Ubuntu packages.
Until now it seems to be, that without gvfs, partitions can't be mounted
with a file browser, they have to be mounted by CLI. It's not only an
issue for the USB drive, but also for USB sticks.
It takes 30 minutes, then the WD Elements spins down and stays asleep.
If you don't like this,than blame the EU.
If you like it, then blame gvfs.
Does VirtualBox still see my iPad 2 connected by USB when gvfs is
No problem, even an USB stick and even the
external USB hard disk are available by VirtualBox.
Is my KORG nanoKONTROL still accessible after removing gvfs?
It still does show up in QjackCtl's ALSA tab.
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