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Old 04-02-2011, 05:38 AM
Ken Heard
 
Default Using tar and gpg from Konqueror

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While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered.
Could this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard
drive using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or
both of these options options be available if the file system on those
cards were also ext3?

Regards, Ken Heard
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Old 04-02-2011, 08:42 AM
Ken Heard
 
Default Using tar and gpg from Konqueror

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While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered.

Could this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard
drive using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or
both of these options options be available if the file system on those
cards were also ext3?

Regards, Ken Heard
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Old 04-03-2011, 01:44 PM
Camaleón
 
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On Sat, 02 Apr 2011 12:38:05 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:

> While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
> clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
> behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
> is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
> options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
> located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
> option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered. Could
> this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard drive
> using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or both
> of these options options be available if the file system on those cards
> were also ext3?

I dunno for konqueror or dolphin, but from Nautulis (GNOME) both options
(encrypt/sign and create archive) are available on vfat volumes.

Greetings,

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Old 04-03-2011, 03:28 PM
Ken Heard
 
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Camaleón wrote:
> On Sat, 02 Apr 2011 12:38:05 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
>
>> While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
>> clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
>> behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
>> is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
>> options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
>> located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
>> option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered. Could
>> this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard drive
>> using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or both
>> of these options options be available if the file system on those cards
>> were also ext3?
>
> I dunno for konqueror or dolphin, but from Nautulis (GNOME) both options
> (encrypt/sign and create archive) are available on vfat volumes.

I should have mentioned that I am still using Lenny with the 3.5.10
release of Konqueror. After I upgrade to Squeeze later this month with
a newer version of Konqueror or whatever replaces it (plasma-desktop?) I
will check these options again.

Ken


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Old 04-23-2011, 02:40 PM
Ken Heard
 
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Camaleón wrote:
> On Sat, 02 Apr 2011 12:38:05 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
>
>> While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
>> clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
>> behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
>> is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
>> options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
>> located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
>> option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered. Could
>> this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard drive
>> using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or both
>> of these options options be available if the file system on those cards
>> were also ext3?
>
> I dunno for konqueror or dolphin, but from Nautulis (GNOME) both options
> (encrypt/sign and create archive) are available on vfat volumes.
>
> Greetings,
>
While I have yet to upgrade to Squeeze, I did discover that when I got
back home to my desktop I discovered all the options you mentioned using
Konqueror. Have not yet the time to check why I could not do so on the
laptop. Strange.

Regards, Ken Heard

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