PCManFM and Removable Devices
PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 21 01:49:51 UTC 2012
the known, reported, bugs for pcmanfm can be found at
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"affects me". If none of the current bugs match please raise a new bug
report as per https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing#Reporting_Bugs
On 20 March 2012 23:04, Michael Basse <ubuntu at alpha-unix.de> wrote:
> i noticed that also (12.04) but only when it was not possible to umount
> the device, then my pcmanfm was closing (i guess crashing).
> My MP3-Player is showing the text "data transfer". When i choose the
> remove-icon on pcmanfm the text "data transfer" was flashing and pcmanfm
> was crashing.
> Kind regards
> Am 20.03.2012 19:12, schrieb Ali Linx (amjjawad):
> > Hi,
> > As you may know, by default, when you insert a removable device (USB) to
> > your machine, a pop-up window will show up and ask you what you want to
> > exactly? "Removable Medium is inserted" is the pop-up window's title.
> > Clicking "OK" will open the content of that media in the file manager
> > (PCManFM). I'm sure all of you know that already.
> > In Lubuntu 11.10 (1000% sure) and if I'm not mistaken in Lubuntu 12.04
> > (as per my last time on Lubuntu 12.04 and that was more than a month
> > when you go to the left side on PCManFM, right click on the Removal
> > that is showing on the list and choose "Eject Removable Media", once you
> > click that, PCManFM will be closed.
> > I have checked Lubuntu 11.04 and such weird behavior is not an option.
> > goes for Linux Mint 11 which is based on Ubuntu 11.04. Ejecting USB
> > Devices will not close the file manager at all.
> > Note that, Lubuntu 11.04 and Lubuntu 11.10 both have PCManFM 0.9.9 - just
> > to be extra clear :)
> > Have anyone else noticed this? do we need to file a bug? or it's already
> > known bug?
> > I'm aware of this for months now but forgot to highlight this issue and
> > talk about it.
> > Thank you!
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