[Thunar-dev] Thunar hangs when the users home is on NFS mount
h.schmalzbauer at omnisec.de
Tue Mar 11 20:37:48 CET 2008
Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> Ben Ford wrote:
>> Why not cache remote filesystems to /tmp/thunar/...?
> Because portably figuring out that a filesystem is remote is hard. The
> sysadmin (or user) can set the XDG_CACHE_HOME env var to point to
_really_ appreciated hint! Thanks a lot.
I loved the KDEHOME env and I'm missing something similar for
GTK/XFCE/GNOME. So many machine dependent configurations are in users
home... I'd love to have my user configuration seperated from the
machine configuration (I use the same .gnupg keyring on my multihead
"workstation" like on my 10" subnotebook, but you can imagine GUI
settings are quite different for these machines?)
KDEHOME env made it possible.
I'm happy with strictly following standards and I'm happy that XFCE
follows the FreeDesktop standards (which I'm not familar with), but at
some point one has to extend standards...
Perhaps there's already a draft about machine vs. user configuration out
there, due to lack of time I've never seriously searched, just made up a
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