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Re: volume mgmt w/o gnome

On Sat, 1 Dec 2007 18:42:09 -0500
Mark Grieveson <dg135@torfree.net> wrote:

> Also, I use kmix for a volume control, because this seems the only
> application that provides a small speaker applet on the fluxbox panel
> to control sounds.  I'd like to get rid of it, and the kde libs that
> accompany it.  So, is there a fluxbox-specific volume control that
> sits nicely on the panel? (Preferably one that actually looks like a
> volume control, and not something gawd-awful looking?)

Okay, I did figure out something for myself here.  I installed
volume.app, which sits in the slit.  So, while it doesn't sit on the
panel (or tray, or whatever the bottom thingy in fluxbox is called),
and, yes, it's ugly, but it's good enough to do the trick.  Farewell

Anyway, my main question, that being, ...

> Hello.  I use fluxbox most of the time.  But, when I plug in my hp315
> photosmart camera, I rely upon gnome to find it, and automagically
> mount it for me.  Is it possible to completely remove gnome, and just
> mount this camera (or other USB storage devices) myself?  Or, and
> even better, find a utility that, sans gnome, can automagically mount
> the camera itself?

... is still of interest to me.


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