Re: Solutions for the following use case scenario

Dear list and answeres,

thank you for your input.

Am Donnerstag, den 10.04.2008, 21:50 +0400 schrieb Konstantin Maslov:
> В Чтв, 10/04/2008 в 11:46 +0000, Ulf Rompe пишет:
> > This is likely to fail if both users start F-Spot at the same time. The
> > post didn't sound like they would want to do that, but it isn't that
> > uncommon for Linux systems to be used by more than one user at the same

For now the work is done on the same computer. But just for my interest:
It sounds like working simultaneously in F-Spot is not supported.

Does anyone of you know, if there is such a photomanagement system
supporting this?

> 2 Paul Menzel: If you put db to shared folder like Maxxer advise, you
> can create soft link from ~/.gnome2/f-spot to where your db is, so you
> don't need to use -b... if it will work... :) If not try to make the
> link to db-file only not whole folder...

I think, I will try that out. Do you mean by softlink a symbolic link?

What are the other files for and could there happen any collisions by
sharing those?

$ ls -l .gnome2/f-spot/
insgesamt 100
drwxr-xr-x 5 x x  4096  9. Apr 22:56 addin-db-001
-rw-r--r-- 1 x x   606  9. Apr 22:56 addins-setup.config
-rw-r--r-- 1 x x 83968  9. Apr 23:03 photos.db
drwxr-xr-x 2 x x  4096  9. Apr 22:56 repository-cache

Thanks again,


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