Written by: David Swan | Published in: EntertainmentiiNet has opened up its Fetch TV set-top box to allow customers to play videos and music or show photos from their computer, USB drive, camera or hard drive.
My primary hard drive is a solid state 120 GiB with the following partitions: 1 MiB Bios Boot, 20 GiB root, 32 GiB SWAP, 68 GiB /home. I have a second hard drive that is 2 TiB that is mounted to /mnt/data currently. However, I would like the documents, pictures, music, and videos links in my file folder to be directed to that drive.
I have an old hard drive from a computer that was running Windows XP. My current system is Linux Mint 15 XFCE. I connected the old hard drive to my current system with a USB cable, and then opened Banshee. I clicked on "Media" and then "Import Media". I selected the entire hard drive as source, because the videos were located in a number of different folders.
My friends computer wouldn't boot up so he asked to me to take a look at it. I quickly noticed that the (well aged) hard drive was making a real bad grinding noise. I plugged the hard drive into another computer (and didn't boot off the faulty hard drive), and it would show up in BIOS but wouldn't show up in Windows.
The truth is, I really don't have anything on my hard drive that I would be upset over someone seeing. I have some cat photos. I have a few text files with ideas for future books and/or short stories, and a couple half-written starts to NaNoWriMo novels. It would be easy to say that there's no point encrypting my hard drive, because I have nothing to hide.