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  • "dec0ding" started this thread

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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 1:14am

NFS && media:/

I suppose this is kded related bug or issue but I had to check weather it happens on other 'puters too or it is something to do with my settings.

I have set a local NFS server/client in my LAN. I have set to get mount of in fstab:

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1 /media/network nfs noauto,user,rw 0 0

So when I go to media:/ I get the mountpoint listed there so that I can access it via Konqueror. But when the computer (on the other side, the server) turns off, and I don't unmount it before it goes off, media:/ won't list anything. It is empty window. Not even the CD drives, not even Floppy. Nothing.

So I have to re/login and make media:/ work ..
This situation is checked by me on Slackware and Kubuntu using KDE 3.5.3.
Is this bug? Solution? Idea? Or bad "has to be that way" feature.

Sailing with the gemidjy...having the algorithm

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "dec0ding" (Jul 19th 2006, 1:15am)



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Thursday, July 20th 2006, 3:44pm

RE: NFS && media:/

Just a wild guess, but maybe the following command will improve things:

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> dcop kded mediamanager reloadBackends

If that does not work, I'd suggest to submit a bug at .
Bram Schoenmakers
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