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This is documented (at least for gnome-shell/nautilus) in gvfs-udisks2-volume-monitor: The gvfs-udisks2-volume-monitor process is responsible for the disks, media, mounts and fstab entries shown in the desktop user interface. .......................................... A device is either mounted (in which case its directory is known) or it's not. If the ...
The most light weight file managers I'm aware of are emelFM2 which I used in DSL a while back and XFM. I've got a coworker that uses Arch and recommends nero(personally I haven't used it yet), unfortunately I'm not able to find a link or list of dependencies for nero right off.
Yes, there is something lighter graphically you can use yes, but it is important to understand that a file manager is different from a window manager: a file manager as the name suggests will be responsible for assisting in controlling and managing files, folders, etc ... so there are other items that are installed with it the XFE is a good example of a ...
Well, that's easy. It can't be done, not without compiling from source. I would just move the directories and create symlinks instead from where the directories are to where you want them, something like this: mv ~/Music /where/i/want/my/music ln -s /where/i/want/my/music ~/Music
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