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Ok, this is a testing box I'm working on. I am running a custom kernel, maybe something broke in my kernel compile. I will do another full install then try LXDE again. Which is the best option, use your prebuilt packages, or try again with sbopkg ?
I just did a fresh clean install of Slackware 13.1 and used sbo package with your queue to install LXDE. while checking things I found PCMan still does not find a usb drive. However, if I open Thunar or dolphin from the menu both list the drive and will access it. I had not noticed that behavior before, it didn't cross my mind to check. Maybe I did a fresh install for nothing.My output of /var/log/packages does match yours now.
I just discovered it is now mounting usb drive under /media/disk. I do not however have an option to safely remove or unmount. It doesn't show in the side panel of PCMan as it does in Thunar. I don't know if that is normal or not.
Last edited by interndan; 02-15-2011 at 04:54 PM.
Reason: Additional information
On a separate note the latest version of lxpanel for Slackware64-current is back to battery applet not reporting correctly, while AC is not connected. I opened the batt_sys.c and it looks like the patch (Bug3006059)
[lxde/lxpanel] / src / plugins / batt / batt_sys.c is now coded in there. Did you revert both line 150 and 215 to pre-patch to fix last time?