[OpenAFS] Release of Kvibille - ACL editor for Gnome
William John Murray
Tue, 01 Nov 2005 16:16:37 +0000
I like this, very neat. But I can only make it work as a
stand alone programme. You say I need Nautilus Extensions Library
I am not certain what this is. I have eel2 and eel2-devel installed;
is there something else required? Or something to do to enable it in=20
the Nautilus browser?
On Fri, 2005-10-28 at 18:22 +0200, M=C3=A5rten Svantesson wrote:
> I'd like to announce the first release of an AFS ACL extension for
> Gnome's file manager Nautilus. The ACL editor will turn up as a tab in
> the properties dialog of a directory in AFS.
> Kvibille 0.1 can be found through various means:
> Release notes:
> It requires gtkmm 2.4 to compile. It can be run as a stand alone
> appliacation, but to use it as a Nautilus extension you need Nautilus
> extensions library, which was first released with Gnome 2.10.
> It works best when compiled with kafs/krbafs. It can make use of the
> "fs la" and "fs sa" commands instead, though this is not as thoroughly
> When coding I started out from Eiciel 0.8.4, a POSIX ACL editor from
> Unfortunately you can not have Eiciel and Kvibille installed as
> Nautilus extensions at the same time, since this cause Nautilus to
> hang. Hopefully I will figure out how soon...
> It haven't got any web page, cvs repository or bugzilla yet. Neither
> is the name fixed. The current name follows the naming convention of
> Arla: "Swedish dairy business". Kvibille is dairy making excellent
> cheese; their cheddar is my favourite. It is owned by Arla. But since
> there is no requirement to use Kvibille with Arla I might change the
> name in the future.