|Subject:||Re: [Ranger-users] automount usb|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Mar 2013 16:29:35 +0100|
I use udevil and devmon (same package) with ranger it's very very great
udevil is the wrapper, devmon permit automount (what you want).
Please take a look, sur you'll find answer:
Roman Z. <address@hidden> a écrit le 2013-03-17 19:09:37 +0100 :
> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 06:29:20PM +0100, Miodrag Milić wrote:
> > So if you argue its not a job of file manager, then why all those file
> > managers implemented such features ? I understand your opinion tho,
> > and it looks perfect for plugin.
> I don't know enough about nautilus or thunar to give you a good answer
> on that. I guess they put that feature into the FM on the assumption
> that the user will not use any other file manager or mounting manager,
> and because those FMs run all the time, even when you don't see them.
> But this is a job for a separate, FM-independent program that runs in
> the background.
> I found a list of such programs here:
> > Thanks for suggestions and your own implementations. I dont think
> > Roman's solution is reasonable for situations I described - random usb
> > disks from colegues every few days... I will examine udisk glue in
> > detail.
> Well, I use it for precisely that use case. It's just a matter of
> pressing "gm", navigating to the mount point and pressing the key
> binding for ":shell mount %f". But it's up to you, of course :)
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