On Sat, 25 Jun 2011, Johannes Lips wrote:
I use the cli Version to prevent the installation of Nautilus.
The only thing that's missing is the Context-Menu inside of the Dropbox.
But honestly, for me the web interface offers a good replacement for
that (obtaining Public Links etc.).
I symlinked ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd to /usr/bin and now could just
start dropbox from Alt+F2.
On 06/26/2011 06:40 AM, Jayson Rowe wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> Just wondering if any of y'all run Dropbox with XFCE, and if so, how
> do you do it? I've done some searching and came up with varying
> answers and techiques. Do I *have* to install Nautilus?
> xfce mailing list
xfce mailing list
YES that helped a lot. I got a little mixed up in some of the
direction there on getting Dropbox to run at startup. I have it
installed, created the symlink and I can start dropbox on demand, but
was wondering if you run it at startup, and what method you used on
Fedora. I'm running Fedora 15 if that matters.
Thanks again for your help!