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    google01103 NNTP User

    Default Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    If so is everything working correctly? I'm having problems with folders
    and files soft linked to ~/Dropbox, they are not working correctly in
    the web interface as I am not getting the context menu to show for these
    files.

    thanks,

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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    Not sure if this will help, apologies if not.

    Dropbox

    Create a ~/.xinitrc file with the following content:

    xhost local:root
    /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc

    From Ivan N. Zlatev BloG openSUSE 11.1 - The Workarounds

    Regards, Steve.

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    stevegoodey NNTP User

    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?


    Not sure if this will help, apologies if not.

    Dropbox

    Create a ~/.xinitrc file with the following content:

    xhost local:root
    /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc

    From 'Ivan N. Zlatev BloG openSUSE 11.1 - The Workarounds'
    (http://i-nz.net/2009/01/13/opensuse-...e-workarounds/)

    Regards, Steve.


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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    Isn't Dropbox support available only for Nautilus, the Gnome file manager?

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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?


    Isn't Dropbox support available only for Nautilus, the Gnome file
    manager?


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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by freedguy View Post
    Isn't Dropbox support available only for Nautilus, the Gnome file manager?
    Here's a HowTo: "Dropbox without Gnome".
    Dropbox without Gnome : Sounds From The Dungeon

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    HeliosReds NNTP User

    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?


    freedguy;1931934 Wrote:
    > Isn't Dropbox support available only for Nautilus, the Gnome file
    > manager?


    Here's a HowTo: "Dropbox without Gnome".
    'Dropbox without Gnome : Sounds From The Dungeon'
    (http://antrix.net/journal/techtalk/dropbox_kde.html)


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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    Wow, you made my day, HeliosReds Thanks a lot

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    Wow, you made my day, HeliosReds Thanks a lot


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    Default Re: Dropbox - anyone using it under 11.1 x64bit and kde4.2?

    Using KDE 11.2, and have an odd problem - dropbox only syncs when I log in, or if I stop it from the right-click menu and restart it (~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd start).

    During normal use it seems completely oblivious to changes in the folder, which rather defeats the point.

    I've looked on the dropbox forum, and this seems to be quite common... But if anyone's seen this and figured out a way around it, please let me know.

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