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.
I have my mp3's and videos on a 2ed hard drive inside my computer. The VLC playlist goes to the music & video file on the 1st hard drive where there is nothing.
How to I link or add the music & video files from the 2ed hard drive into the VLC playlist.
I currently am using a ASUS Laptop with a 250 gig hard drive in it. I formatted my latest install to give the whole hard drive to Ubuntu, so I do not have any other OS's on the computer. I have really only installed a few programs ( Chrome/Filezilla/Pidgin/Gimp/VLC/Shutter/Spotify/ a couple remote desktop things for my wife's work) and that is about it.
Amazon is putting its Dropbox and Google Drive competitor, Amazon Cloud Drive, somewhere consumers will be more likely to access it. The company announced this morning that Amazon Cloud Drive will now be available on the Amazon Instant Video application, meaning customers can now play their personal videos and view their photos on supported devices.
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.
Obviously, a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. I added a second SATA hard drive to my Lubuntu 14.04 computer. The first one, a 40G, contains the operating system and all added programs -- nothing else. The second, an 80G, is for all data (photos, videos, music, documents, etc.). This computer has Lubuntu as its only OS, FWIW.