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Old 03-14-2017, 11:17 AM   #16
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Hi michele - pcmanfm comes by default with the lxde DE. Arch itself doesn't even come with any default DE or WM or even X - just a CLI. You choose what you want to add (one of the reasons I prefer Arch).

xfce4 uses Thunar, if I remember properly. In Thunar, go to Edit / Preferences / Advanced tab, click "Enable Volume Management", "Configure" and then click the appropriate boxes in the dialogue that opens up.

Hope this helps - Cheers !
Wow Rickkk,
I have just learnt that Thunar is my file manager, ahahahhaha. I know, I am stupid.
Well, I checked the boxes as you suggested to me and I am sure that, from now, everything will works properly when I will plug in a removable disk or an ext HD.
Thanks a lot.
 
Old 03-14-2017, 11:22 AM   #17
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Wow Rickkk,
I have just learnt that Thunar is my file manager, ahahahhaha. I know, I am stupid.
Well, I checked the boxes as you suggested to me and I am sure that, from now, everything will works properly when I will plug in a removable disk or an ext HD.
Thanks a lot.
Hey michele - Yikes - of course you're not stupid. Anyone who asks a question or reaches out for help is just showing a desire to learn. So ... the opposite of stupid, I'd say ... ;-)

Cheers, amico - buona sera !
 
Old 03-14-2017, 11:32 AM   #18
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Hey michele - Yikes - of course you're not stupid. Anyone who asks a question or reaches out for help is just showing a desire to learn. So ... the opposite of stupid, I'd say ... ;-)

Cheers, amico - buona sera !
Grazie. Buonasera a te! Have a good evening friend
 
  


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