Hello everybody!I have this problem: when i try to copy files to an usb drive formatted fat 32 thunar fails, this problem does not appear when I use cp in the terminal.I use crunchbang 10 backports(sorry for my english but I'm italian and as latin I cannot speak foreign languages)
I've managed to get automout to work and I thought I was sorted. Now I tried to copy a file into my USB stick and I get a splicing error. I formatted the drive using gparted FAT32. When I start gparted it shows an error mounting sdb which is the hard drive I'm trying to copy from. Otherwise I can read and write fine from that drive.
IGNORE THIS MESSAGE. The culprit was usbmount, which I had forgotten I had installed. Sorry.Hahah, OK, something else is happening now: when I connect an external drive, it shows up on Thunar's sidebar -- twice. The first entry has the name of the drive, the second is usb0 or usb1. (Before, there would be only one entry, with the name of the drive.) And I c
I am using Live USB to install Fedora 18 to my system but the installer shows complete hard drive as empty. I tried fdisk -l it shows all partitions but the installer shows complete drive as empty. Please help
Sigh. Stater r20111125 32-bit. So I've installed thunar-thumbnailers. And ffmpegthumbnailer. Thunar is not showing thumbnails for video files (flv, mp4, mov, 3g). I restarted the machine. Still no thumbnails. This applies to files on an external USB HDD. I copied one of the files to /tmp to check, but no thumbnail is shown even for a video file in /tmp.
Had my Kyros 7127 about 3 months now. When I plug it in to my laptop to d/l movies/music it shows an F drive and and E drive. Suddenly now, it shows the F drive, but says the E drive must be formatted to read. WTF? Is that a tablet problem or a laptop problem, and how is it solved?
I'm new to ubuntu so please forgive any stupid mistakes.
I'm trying to install ubuntu 11.10 to a 500 GB external usb hard drive, to dual boot with windows 7 (windows has already 4 primary partitions so that's the reason for the external drive).