[Bug 382402] [NEW] KDE 'low disk space warning' needs a 'suppress for X time' option (and/or a GUI to re-enable the warning if I disabled it)
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Mon Jun 1 15:51:54 UTC 2009
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[This is a Feature Request]
[Kubuntu Jaunty/KDE 4.2.2 - repository installs]
The 'KDE Dæmon' "Running out of diskspace" warning dialog presently has
three options available:
* Open Konqueror (presumably so I can delete some stuff and free up disk space)
* Ignore this warning
* Disable this warning
I would like a fourth capability here, possibly as a sub-option within
the 'Ignore this Warning' option:
* Ignore/Suppress this warning for [insert time period]
I am seeing that warning message repeatedly during the course of today. This evening when I would shut down/reboot the machine anyway I will extend the partition that contains my home directory. During the day though I would like it if my laptop stopped continually bugging me for something I already know about and plan to fix.
I do not want to 'Disable this Warning' since that would mean that
(after today, after I have extended the partition and solved the
problem) I won't see the warning should I begin running out of space
again (say a few months down the line). I just want to suppress the
warning for 24 hours.
I found on this thread:
that this warning is configured in:
I will hit the 'disable this warning' option for now and then (this
evening) remove the line in that config file that recorded that I
disabled the warning. It would be nice if there was a GUI for this
though - I certainly can't find one.
** Affects: kdebase-workspace (Ubuntu)
KDE 'low disk space warning' needs a 'suppress for X time' option (and/or a GUI to re-enable the warning if I disabled it)
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