ivman and xubuntu

daniele favara danjele at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 07:24:29 UTC 2006

On 2/7/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/7/06, daniele favara <danjele at gmail.com> wrote:
> > how does xubuntu start ivman?
> >
> it is run from /etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc

So it should be killed when i log out ?

> I am wondering whether with the upcoming volume features of thunar we'll
> still neeed ivman.

I think yes ... maybe we will not need it to mount volumes, but for
actions as audio cds or cameras and so on.

It is then important that we let the user to customize actions if
he|she wants, not as with gnome-volume-manager.

Check even here:


i tryed to compile it but i got some errors, as soon as that stuff
will be fixed i'll know something more :).

some interesting logs:

* thunar-vfs/thunar-vfs-volume.{c,h}: Add thunar_vfs_volume_is_disc()
to allow applications to decide whether to eject or unmount a

* thunar/thunar-shortcuts-view.c
(thunar_shortcuts_view_button_press_event): Use the newly added method
thunar_vfs_volume_is_disc() to determine whether to display Eject or

* thunar/thunar-side-pane.{c,h}: Derive ThunarSidePane from
ThunarComponent instead of ThunarNavigator.

* thunar/thunar-throbber.c, thunar/thunar-throbber-fallback.{h,png},
thunar/Makefile.am: Use the "process-working" icon for the throbber,
as specified by the Icon Naming Specification, with an internal
fallback to a modified version of the Tango "process-working" icon.

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