[Slackbuilds-users] gvfs / WebDAV question
rworkman at slackbuilds.org
Thu Jul 1 04:25:32 UTC 2010
On Wed, 30 Jun 2010 23:22:33 -0500
Robby Workman <rworkman at slackbuilds.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Jun 2010 16:46:58 -0300
> Luis Henrique <lmello.009 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm *almost* writing a gvfs-1.4.3 slackbuild aiming for its use
> > with gigolo on Xfce. On a stock Slackware system it has
> > only /optional/ dependencies, such as GConf, libsoup, gnome-keyring
> > and avahi. I built it without further problems and then gigolo
> > shows more than Unix(file) as a supported protocol: ;)
> > Unix Device (file) tested, works OK
> > SSH (sftp) tested, works OK
> > Network (network)
> > Windows Share (smb) tested, works OK
> > Archive (archive)
> > Obex (obex)
> > Browsing through gvfs, But it does support webdav, but I don't know
> > crap about it and still would like to see it working with
> > gvfs/gigolo anyway.
> > I tried to install davfs2 from SBo prior to configuring gvfs but it
> > didn't work.
> > Suggestions?
> I've looked at gvfs as well, as it's going to be needed sooner
> or later by xfce (4.8). To get all of the backends built, you
> will need the optional deps, unfortunately. For http support,
> which iirc includes davfs, you need libsoup-gnome, which is part
> of the libsoup package IF libsoup is built with libproxy and
> gnome-keyring installed.
By the way, if anyone has run across anything that wants udisks
and/or upower or any of the new stuff for volume and power
management tasks, I've done some preliminary (that means it's
pretty much untested with stuff that can use it) work on that:
Feedback is welcome.
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