CD-ROM in File-Dialog Speedbar, How?
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Fri Aug 15 08:14:54 BST 2003
Dik Takken wrote:
> I want to be able to open files from a cd-rom drive without having to
> manually mount it from the command-line or having to go to the desktop
> and mount the device there. I guess the only way to do that (except for
> using autofs, but I *hate* autofs) is to put CD-ROM drives in the
> speedbars of my KDE File Dialogs. I can add anything to my speedbar by
> editing the 'kdeglobals' file, as long as it has a URL, like:
> - floppy:/
> - ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org
> But what URL lets me automatically mount and access my CD-ROM?? /mnt/cdrom
> does not work. Creating a CD-ROM device link on the desktop and putting
> the URL of the link in the speedbar does not work either.
> What I need is a URL that I can put in my Speedbar, such that the speedbar
> contains a Icon that works exactly like a device link on the desktop: You
> click on it, it mounts the device, and you're ready to go.
> Many Thanks to anyone who can provide some information about this!
Sorry, I don't think that that will work.
The reference: "floppy:/a" isn't a URL, it is a kio-slave that does MTools.
Unfortunately, MTools doesn't support CD-ROMs. I don't think that there
is a kio-slave for UMount which does.
You could put the icon on your toolbar (Kicker).
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