I have installed Calculate Linux Scratch with DWM as my wm of choice. When I install a GUI file-manager like Thunar or Caja (or any other I guess) AND in the ‘save as’ dialog in webbrowsers, I can see special filesystems like shm and proc as devices. How can I disable them from showing, as they as rather irritating, but sometimes also ‘hang’ the complete system when chosen. Is there a package I need to install or just some setting? I’ve tried with udev rules, but as these are not ‘real’ devices, I haven’t had much luck with this.
Can anyone shed some light and/or point me in the right direction.
How much I understand when saving files from the browser you are offered the default “/”?
Try to create a “~/.config/user-dirs.dirs” file with the following contents:
Well, found it (took a while though). I needed to install gvfs manually. That’s why with some experiments I wouldn’t see these directories, but most of the times I would. Some test would install this gvfs automatically, but when I tried something else and did an emerge -C, it would get de-installed again…