[Bug 33058] "disk full" warning logic is broken

Martin Pitt martin.pitt at ubuntu.com
Tue Mar 14 13:14:27 UTC 2006


Public bug report changed:
https://launchpad.net/malone/bugs/33058

Task: ubuntu gnome-volume-manager
         Status: In Progress => Fix Released

Comment:
 gnome-volume-manager (1.5.15-0ubuntu1) dapper; urgency=low
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   * New upstream version:
     - Install autostart .desktop file into /usr/share/gnome/autostart instead
       of /usr/share/autostart.
     - Reduce 'low disk space' warning to threshold to 5%. (Malone #33770)
     - Remove percent_freed gconf value and usage, so that low disk space
       notifications do not stop at 97.5%. (Malone #33058)
     - Small bug fixes.
   * debian/rules: Adapt moving of the autostart file to /etc/xdg/autostart.
   * Adapted patches to new upstream version:
     - 02_pmount_crypt.patch
   * Add debian/patches/07_low_disk_space_no_media.patch:
     - Do not notify about low disk space on mounts below /media (usually
       removable drives) since they are just annoying and not critical for
       system stability. (Malone #32370)
   * Add debian/patches/08_low_disk_space_no_readonly.patch:
     - Use statvfs() instead of statfs() since the latter is deprecated and
       statvfs() additionally tells us mount flags.
     - Do not notify about low disk space for read-only mounts. (Malone #34618)
   * Add debian/patches/09_low_disk_space_always_show_mountpoint.patch:
     - Always show the mount point in low disk space notifications to avoid
       confusion with ambiguous labels (but only if the label is different from
       the mount point). (Malone #31441)




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