pmount-gui is a simple graphical frontend for pmount
It is no ebuild in gentoo for that small and nice program.
The source code is only abaible as a git repo, so I made 2 ebuilds, a live one, and the second one with a custom made tarball from today.
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20121005 pmount-gui tarball
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Improved live ebuild for pmount-gui
Note: i can not see my flash disk while running pmount-gui, just message: 'No devices to mount'
pmount-gui and pmount want to mount stuffs in /media. In consequence and if your flash disk is configured in /etc/fstab to be somewhere else, pmount-gui will ignore it. If not, or if the problem persist after commenting out your flash disk in fstab, the best you can do is to contact the author directly.
It is possible to trick pmount in /etc/pmount.allow with something like
if /mnt/media is configured in /etc/fstab, but this doesn't work with pmount-gui. Maybe a future improvment for this program.
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Fixed live ebuild
GIT have just been updated. pmount-gui support now both usb and firewire devices.
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ebuild for a tarball from today (20121118)
This ebuild will download the tarball.
repoman complain about an invalid license. I guess a new license file will be needed. It is in the tarball.
Please change DEPEND to virtual/udev from sys-fs/udev; this package works fine with eudev.
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ebuild that depend on virtual/udev
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live ebuild that depend on virtual/udev
+*pmount-gui-0_pre20130806 (06 Aug 2013)
+ 06 Aug 2013; Samuli Suominen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
+ Initial commit wrt #437330 by Dominique Michel
The ebuild is in a format that you can 'cp pmount-gui-0_pre20130806.ebuild pmount-gui-9999.ebuild' and digest it, and it will work as a live ebuild.
However I dislike -9999 ebuilds in Portage itself.