I have mounted a USB stick with Stick Mount but cannot find the sda1. I have sda2 thru sda12, but no 1 (one) in ES File Explorer. Any tips where that could be hiding.
on 01/18/2013 – Made popular on 01/18/2013
Last night I unlocked the boot loader and rooted my Nexus 7. Today I installed Stick Mount and plugged in a 500GB WD external hard drive. The drive powered up fine and Stick Mount appeared to mount it successfully. What confused me was unmounting it. When I selected unmount, it came up still listing the drive as an active mount.
Hi it's me again, the general newbie nuisance..I need help again.When I insert a usb stick I have to use the terminal to mount it. Is there a way for it to automatically do this, or would I be able to create a button like a macro that will run the terminal script when I insert a stick?Thanks Mariann
One of my customers uses a machine running CentOS 6.4 with Gnome 2.28.2. Whenever he plugs a USB memory stick or external hard drive into the machine he gets an error pop-up that simply states Unable to mount <filesystem name>. Not Authorized.. We've tried devices formatted with FAT and EXT4. The only way I've found to mount these devices is by running palimpsest as root.