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Month: September 2020

Re: [trinity-users] TDE mediamanager - missing in root Konqueror ?

From: "BorgLabs - Kate Draven" <borglabs4@...>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2020 11:11:01 -0400
On Tuesday 08 September 2020, William Morder via tde-users wrote:
> So this is a brand-new thread, because I want to set a good example for
> others. (That's me, a role model to the youth ...)
> I encountered a problem in the newest version of Konqueror that did not
> seem to exist in the older versions, so far as I know.
> When I want to inspect my hard drives (internal/external,
> mounted/unmounted), I found it is sometimes useful to enter, in the address
> bar:
> media:/
> This gives me information about my drives at a glance, as well as allowing
> access to various tools and settings for working with those disks and
> partitions. I don't use it often (relatively speaking), but now I find that
> I cannot use it at all when running Konqueror as root.
> See attachments for screenshots. (Note that my weird colors in root are
> intentional; I override some settings to make it easier on my old eyes.) I
> already tested this on a fresh installation, before applying any customized
> settings.
> When it's not there, I find that I need to use it much more than I
> remember.
> I am sure that there are other ways to obtain the same information, other
> ways to accomplish the same things -- and I would be glad to hear them --
> but for now, however, I really want to retrieve these tools. I have
> installed some new hard drives, and as usual, they need some help in
> finding their proper place in my system.
> Thanks for any help or suggestions!
> Bill
> jabber/xmpp
> dr_mojo_contendo@...

Hi Bill

See if you have the following installed.
check for all "tdeio" stuff.
I've also noticed trinity-tdeio-umountwrapper always gives me problems, so I 
remover it. Just in case you get some odd things trying to umount stuff.