This is pretty strange, but after using with success Waldorf for a while, after an update made a couple days ago strange things started to happen...
The most annoying problem at the moment is I've lost the the Trash and Network icons in Thunar. Of course I've lost the trash and network scan functions as well By the way, in the left panel in thunar I just have my "home" dir, the "filesystem" icon and the few default link (Documents, downloads etc). While before there was more links available (network is one of them).
Gigolo stopped working as well, since there is no more the network tab. fuse-gvfs is installed, so I don't know what else I can try.
apt-cache policy gvfs-backends
If it is not installed, I think you need that. But I am not sure anymore as I removed networking a long time ago.
Edit: Also, you need the package gvfs for the trash bin and rest of icons I guess.
Last edited by ivanovnegro (2012-12-03 15:27:48)
Thanks for the help.
Both packages are already installed.
In fact it was working till a few days ago, and I'm sure I didn't altered the config myself in any way. Other than doing an apt-get update, that is
Mmm I even tried reinstalling every gvfs* package...
It is indeed installed.
It seems to me there is something wrong in the daemons running. Or better, not runnning...
Did this problem found a solution?
because today i've made update after starting up the system there was no more trash icon on left panel of Thunar.
A similar case i have got before one or two times but fixed with a simple restart. Today is not going to fix it itself.
Any suggestion please...
P.S. my problem is only Trash missing. Also on right click menu "Move to trash" is lost too. Only "Delete" is present on menu which doing Delete ok.
Edit: Temporary fixed my problem from this thread
sudo pkill thunar
just became kill, i re-open Thunar and Trash and Right click > Move to trash are both OK ...
but... after restart the system Trash disappeared again gets to do this command any time now lol
again, any suggestion please.
Last edited by Nili (2014-03-08 11:56:18)
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Strange. I have a fully updated Crunchbang tracking Unstable. No such issue. Do you have Thunar 1.6.3 ?
The only thing that didn't work for me after a full dist-upgrade to Sid, was Catfish. But that was easy to fix.
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Well i'm at Testing/Jessie infact not Sid/Unstable. I made an update day before yesterday morning as usual 09:00 CET and once i did restart, Noticed trash wasn't on Thunar panel. Now whenever I need to do restart must take command "pkill thunar" to activate the trash. When this command is executed, everything is ok then.
I remember Catfish problem two weeks ago, I fixed mine with a component that was missing. I am waiting if it gona regulated by someone.
Anyway i'm sit waiting a little, thank you for your intervention ew.
Edit: Reading Internet , someone has the same problem like me here Just like the image the same applying to me. I followed a suggestion to do sudo apt-cache depends thunar, went so
thunar Depends: libatk1.0-0 Depends: libc6 Depends: libcairo2 Depends: libdbus-1-3 Depends: libdbus-glib-1-2 Depends: libexo-1-0 Depends: libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0 Depends: libglib2.0-0 Depends: libgtk2.0-0 Depends: libgudev-1.0-0 Depends: libice6 Depends: libnotify4 Depends: libpango1.0-0 Depends: libsm6 Depends: libthunarx-2-0 Depends: libxfce4ui-1-0 Depends: libxfce4util6 Depends: libxfconf-0-2 Depends: thunar-data Depends: desktop-file-utils Depends: shared-mime-info Depends: exo-utils Suggests: thunar-archive-plugin Suggests: thunar-media-tags-plugin Recommends: dbus-x11 Recommends: libfontconfig1 Recommends: libfreetype6 Recommends: xfce4-panel Recommends: xfce4-panel Recommends: thunar-volman Recommends: tumbler Recommends: xdg-user-dirs Recommends: gvfs Breaks: thunar-data Replaces: thunar-data nili@crunchbang:~$
Today is fixed my Trash problem, no more needed pkill thunar, i have no idea how it fixed itself, just made an update as i do every morning... after reboot saw is turned normaly.
Last edited by Nili (2014-03-11 09:26:30)
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