Hi, emelfm has strange behavior in context with fusesmb when I try to change into a directory that is not accessible. Fusesmb mounts all remote directories as the user who started the mount. After trying to change into such a directory (in real owned by another user with drwx------), no more change in any other directory is possible. emelfm detects, that such a diretory in inaccessible: [DEBUG ] change dir: /home/atman/net/ARBEITSGRUPPE/ASERVER/TMP/privoxy.S3SYPS/ [DEBUG ] NEED fake check whether /home/atman/net/ARBEITSGRUPPE/ASERVER/TMP/privoxy.S3SYPS/ is a usable directory [DEBUG ] grab current directory data [DEBUG ] read-dir-thread (ID=3065478048) started [DEBUG ] dir-monitor-thread (ID=3048545184) started [WARN ] Unable to open directory: /home/atman/net/ARBEITSGRUPPE/ASERVER/TMP/privoxy.S3SYPS/ [DEBUG ] dir-monitor-thread (ID=3048545184) stopped But when I try to change to another dir: [DEBUG ] waiting for completion of refresh before changing dir Atman On Fri, 29 Sep 2006 07:39:34 -0400 <tpgww@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Another emelFM2 pre-release is available from > http://emelfm2.net/OtherDownLoads. > > Changes are listed at http://emelfm2.net/ChangeLog. In summary, some small > changes, UI-related or intended to facilitate fuse usage (i.e. on Linux or > FreeBSD). And some bugs fixed. > > This might have been an official release, but I hope to encourage a few > serious fuse-users to evaluate it, before publishing to the wider world. I've > noted (from very limited testing) that some fuse-daemons can behave in a > not-so-friendly and compatible manner. Maybe some more tweaks to e2 would be > helpful. > > I saw a recent evaluation of gnome-vfs problems, and how its dev's are about > to embark on a major change of approach (moving things from gnome into and > around glib, that's good). And here I was, thinking that some > freedesktop-centred team was well into all that. Together with your responses > to my recent enquiries about vfs support, that evaluation convinced me that > the time is not yet right to implement vfs-type functionality in e2, or at > least, not more than fuse allows. I did do some work on adapting the current > UI to incorporate additional information for non-local items, but will > mothball that for now. > > Regards > Tom > > > -- > Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to > emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by > logging into the web interface. -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.