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Usbumount

   0.9  

Nautilus Script

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Downloads:  3011
Submitted:  Aug 21 2008
Updated:  Feb 23 2009

Description:

I made this script because i need it.
It show USB devices mounted (in /media/ ). You can choose what device you want to unmount.
The custom icons directory is created in ~/gnome2/nautilus-scripts/.usbumount-icons/ ( you can change it in Usbumount code if you want it at another place )
I'm learning bash, so the code must not be clean.

dependencies:
zenity
notify-send




Changelog:

0.1
*Release

0.2
*Minor change : i've just changed the location of the temporary file "mountedd" from /tmp/ directory to ~/ directory because some users don't have permission to access to /tmp/.

O.3
*Fixed display problem when devices names contain spaces.

0.4
*New english translation made by Fivizzz ( his profile here http://www.gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Fivizzz ). Huge thanks to him!

0.5
*Removed useless pieces of code ( basename commande )
*Program ask to unmount another device ONLY if another device is plugged. Else, the program exit.

0.6
*This version allow you to add personal icons to the notification popup for your devices ( see 3rd screenshot ) .
Icons must have the same name that your devices. Morover, it must be in png format.
You just have to change the path to the "ICONS" variable.
If you don't want to add an icon or you don't have picture of your device, it will use the default icon ( give with the script ).

0.7
*If only one device is detected, the program ask you directly if you want to unmount this device ( thanks to Fivizzz for this idea! )
*Added an installation script made by Nielsrune ( his profile http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=nielsrune ). It install Usbumount in nautilus-script directory.
*Added samples icons created by Juanje Gomez ( http://www.puntodepartida.com/en/icons.php ) ( thanks to Nielsrune too :) ).
*Added Danish translation ( thanks to Nielsrune again :p )

0.7.5
*Added the check dependencies on install script ( by Nielsrune )

0.8
*Added Turkish translation made by Mr-idea :)

0.8.5
*Added Italian translation made by FedeVecna ;)

0.9
*Added Spanish translation made by danmol101




LicenseGPL
(usbumount - english version translated by Fivizzz)
(usbumount - french version )
(usbumount - Danish version translated by Nielsrune)
(usbumount - Turkish version translated by Mr-idea)
(usbumount -Italian version translated by FedeVecna)
(usbumount -Spanish version translated by danmol101)
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 Thanks

 
 by Fivizzz on: Aug 25 2008
 
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I needed something like that since I've been working with 'show_desktop' off and I wanted a convenient way to unmount my USB volumes.

This is a simple and efficent solution.

I'll report bugs if I encounter any.
Keep up.

You got my vote!


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by gueraph on: Aug 25 2008
 
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Thanks a lot!!

I've put 'volumes_visible' off in gconf-editor too.
So i needed to do this ( added to Gnome-main-menu it's perfect for me ).
I'm glad you like it!


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 Disc Mounter Applet

 
 by lukeen on: Aug 25 2008
 
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In Ubuntu (I'm not sure if it is available in other distros) there's a panel-applet which can do the same, not with this nice dialog but it's ok.

You can also mount/unmount Devices nicely in Nautilus. This will even get more easy in next version of Gnome.

However, nice App!


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 Re: Disc Mounter Applet

 
 by gueraph on: Aug 25 2008
 
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I created this application to avoid opening nautilus everytime you want to unmount a device.
I'm on Fedora now. I don't remember this kind of applet on Ubuntu.
Thank you for your message ;-)


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 Re: Re: Disc Mounter Applet

 
 by Fivizzz on: Aug 26 2008
 
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And as for me, I don't use gnome-panel anymore, I prefer cairo-dock and awn to make up for that ugly room-wasting bar :p


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 Re: Re: Re: Disc Mounter Applet

 
 by Fivizzz on: Sep 6 2008
 
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Note: I tried this applet, and the problem is that it displays not only USB volumes, but any volume whose mount point is neither '/' nor '/home'.

Which means for example, my backup partition, whose mount point is /backup will always appear. And there's no way getting rid of it. (Except by manually altering the code, which I cannot do by myself)


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 Notification problem

 
 by Fivizzz on: Aug 26 2008
 
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I noticed that notification messages do not display on my system.

I assumed it was linked to the 'notify-send' package which you mentionned as dependecy.

However, neither Synaptic nor aptitude search would find it :(

Any idea (or link :p)?


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 Re: Notification problem

 
 by Fivizzz on: Aug 26 2008
 
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Okay I googled it :p I should have earlier...

The package to install is libnotify-bin.

Everything seems to work fine now.


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 Re: Re: Notification problem

 
 by gueraph on: Aug 26 2008
 
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On Fedora, notify-send is installed by default.
Glad you find the answer to your problem!


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 usb mount

 
 by conorsulli on: Aug 27 2008
 
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People will find this very useful!


Remember to wash your hands!
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 Re: usb mount

 
 by gueraph on: Aug 27 2008
 
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Thank you for your encouragement!


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 installation

 
 by Katie on: Aug 28 2008
 
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How to install this? or Where will I place this script? I'm a newbie...


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 Re: installation

 
 by gueraph on: Aug 28 2008
 
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Hello!
You're not forced to put it in a specific place. You can launch it wherever you want.
But if you want to use it in an easy way, you can put it in ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/ ( or /home/your_name/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts, that's the same ).
Then, do a right click, go in scripts menu and launch it ( just check if the script have execution permission ).

You can also copy this script in /usr/bin/ .
Then do ALT+F2 ( that's working on KDE and Gnome ) and type usbumount to launch it.


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 Great updates!

 
 by Fivizzz on: Sep 3 2008
 
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Nice idea not displaying that "Another device" window when obviously useless.

And Great idea adding the possibility of changing icons according to each device.

This is becoming a great piece of code :D


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 Re: Great updates!

 
 by gueraph on: Sep 3 2008
 
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Thank you Fivizzz for all your comments!
And thanks again for the translation!


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 Re: Re: Great updates!

 
 by Fivizzz on: Sep 6 2008
 
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You're welcome! :)

Another idea,

When there is only one USB volume detected, what about not displaying the mounted volume list but just a question box:
"Are you sure you want to unmount '$mount'"?

If No (or cancel) is clicked, then come back to the list...


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 Re: Re: Re: Great updates!

 
 by gueraph on: Sep 7 2008
 
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Good idea ;) I'll see if it's possible to add this without rewrite all the code. But i think it's possible.


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