Re: File copy problems kde 4.5 to 4.6.1 with reiser4

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Dear Serkan, yeah, that were what I intended to say, may be also kde-libs use that system call to copy files now, may be from the 4.5 that was the first version mentioned in the post. It seems (if you count also gnome problems) this bug being around almost from one year now. Hope someone will be able to understand what is the problem, also because I'm using reiser4 on my work computer and I will not like to lose data :-) I tried also with thunar and same problems, it seem that all graphical file managers are affected from this reiser4 bug/behavior. I forgot to say that actually I'm on Arch Linux.

Cheers and many thanks,
Paolo


On 03/09/2011 04:40 PM, Serkan Kaba wrote:
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On 09-03-2011 14:38, Berny wrote:
I never know that kde was using this splice for copying things.
I don't think kde is using glib but they might have done a similar
change in their libraries.
Unmount test case is weird. I didn't try that, may try later on.
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Sincerely,
Serkan KABA
Gentoo Developer
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