--- Comment #13 from Wolfgang Ulbrich <chat-to-me(a)raveit.de> 2014-01-27 15:33:17 CET
(In reply to comment #11)
The state is now even more unstable, partly depending on an yet to be done
update of system.config-repo.
(In reply to comment #4)
> You don't need to cp all the sources
I have developed a bad habit. Thanks for comment! Habit fixed.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Hi Alec,
> note, installing nautilus-dropbox from dropbox repo will create a package
> conflict with existing caja-dropbox from rpmfusion-free.
> Don't understand me wrong, i like the idea to have dropbox client for nautilus,
> but we need to find a way to handle this.
> I think in practical it will never happen that a user use nautilus and caja in
> a same account. But it could be happen if different accounts are on a machine
> with different DE's.
Hm... As I understand it, caja-dropbox conflicts with dropbox, but not
dropbox-repo. Given the overall situation, I think it would be fair to file a
bug against caja-dropbox about handling the case if dropbox is installed
reasonably. This has really nothing with dropbox-repo to do, the situation is
the same if a user installs dropbox "manually" s described in
The dropbox repo has only one package, nautuilus-dropbox, a dropbox client. In
other words, the sense of this repo is to install nautilus-dropbox.
So if a user installs this repo from rpmfusion he wants to install
Without this repo in rpmfusion i can say it's a third party app and i don't
care about it.
If you and others says my way of looking at isn't correct, than i will ignore
and closed bugreports of this conflict in future. ;)
I don't agree with you to file out a report against caja-dropbox, because the
prob only exits if this repo becomes an official rpmfusion package.
PS: Imo, this package should be hosted in rpmfusion-nonfree, because
nautilus-dropbox installs closed source dropbox code.
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