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“gnome-mount” 0.8~svn20080225-0ubuntu4 source package in Ubuntu

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gnome-mount (0.8~svn20080225-0ubuntu4) hardy; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/06_allow_eject_drive.patch:
    - don't use this change for now, it breaks the svn backport and it's better
      to be able to eject ipods rather than empty cd drives (lp: #211693)

 -- Sebastien Bacher <email address hidden>   Mon, 21 Apr 2008 18:33:16 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Sebastien Bacher on 2008-04-21
Uploaded to:
Hardy
Original maintainer:
Martin Pitt
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Series Pocket Published Component Section
Hardy release on 2008-04-21 main gnome

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gnome-mount_0.8~svn20080225.orig.tar.gz 481.1 KiB 66c260471f93675e61bc9687af6b7eb1
gnome-mount_0.8~svn20080225-0ubuntu4.diff.gz 7.3 KiB 8139c04972e14a1d5756e3ab283953c5
gnome-mount_0.8~svn20080225-0ubuntu4.dsc 1.2 KiB 9dcb5d9fa008841a0036b6f93ffd64e9

Binary packages built by this source

gnome-mount: wrapper for (un)mounting and ejecting storage devices

 The gnome-mount package contains programs for mounting, unmounting and
 ejecting storage devices. The goal for gnome-mount is to get the appropriate
 GNOME software (such as gnome-volume-manager and GnomeVFS) to use his method
 instead of invoking mount/umount/eject or direct HAL invoking methods.
 .
 All the gnome-mount programs utilize the methods on HAL and as such run
 unprivileged. The rationale for gnome-mount is to have a centralized place (in
 GConf) where settings (e.g. mount options and mount locations) are maintained.
 .
 A nautilus extension allows to easily change the mount options which can be
 user, drive or volume specific.