ANNOUNCE: xfce4-mount-plugin 0.6.3 released

Landry Breuil landry.breuil at
Fri Apr 27 14:44:43 CEST 2012

xfce4-mount-plugin 0.6.3 is now available for download from

  SHA1 checksum: bbc031f8518dc873d3a3ef42b3e228eeb0c9bb86
   MD5 checksum: dbf778cf12fd4c5630c337e3d1121657

What is xfce4-mount-plugin?

Mount plugin allows you to mount/unmount external devices, cd/dvd-rom
and networked filesystems listed in your /etc/fstab. You can specify
custom commands for the mount/unmount operations, eject cdroms, run a
command after a device has been mounted (for example, exo-open to browse
it in your file manager), and finally you can quicly see how full a
filesystem is, and if it's already mounted.


Release notes for 0.6.3
This release fixes a nasty bug introduced in 0.6.0, the 'on-mount'
command is now run asynchronously to avoid blocking the plugin UI.
Previously it was waiting for its completion, which could be annoying if
it was launching Thunar for example. Some translations were updated too!

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