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Old 04-30-2012, 10:58 PM
kareraisu kareraisu is offline
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Default PCmanFM exits when reading a folder
A teacher gave me a dvd with lots of books and documentation on it.l

When using other systems i have no issued, but in pcbsd 9 lxde, when i open the folder on the dvd or the copy on my hard drive, it exist without any visible reason.

Other thing i find very wrong is that lxde gives me the option of using the menus of "the system" wich if i select the tab in desktop preferences, i have no longer control of the panel. How can this tab be hidden or removed before a fixed release could be published?

PCBSD + LXDE, having fixed it's bugs and imperfections could be a very serious and efficient competitor to Os X..
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Old 05-01-2012, 01:52 PM
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I've no clue for your first issue, but for your second one, perhaps it's this what you're looking for:
which also points to: with some more useful tips for LXDE.

Hope this helps...
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:17 PM
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I have encountered the same issue, or at least a related one. For me, the crash typically occurs when the contents of the folder under view change outside the window. It seems that PCManFM's attempt to update the contents is what is causing the crash.
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