annoying behaviour with removable media
ash_hooper at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 9 13:07:12 GMT 2006
>On a side note, being able to go outside $HOME has really few usage
>from nautilus because it's read-only at best.
I'm generally in favour of hiding most of the legacy /bin, /usr, /var etc dirs.
However, a couple of uses I can think of outside /home:
* Browsing for a newly installed application executable in /usr/bin?
* Looking in /tmp for a cached copy of a media file that was downloaded from
the Internet (say, opened with Totem instead of saved)
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