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Old 04-30-2009, 11:54 AM   #1
mark_alfred
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rox filer right-click menu: mount command


Hello. I have Debian Lenny, with fluxbox. I use rox filer as my file manager. For mounting of drives, I do this manually. I have symbolic links on my home directory (to the /media directory), which correspond to the /etc/fstab setup. When I used to right-click on these links, I had the option of mounting these mount-points. Now, however, the only option I'm given is "open unmounted". By contrast, the pinboard action window for mounting and unmounting works, so I don't know why the right-click option does not work any longer.
 
  


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