I have a serious problem with the Ubuntu music players. I'm at the point where
I'm going to switch back to Windows because I can't figure this out
and nobody seems to be able to help. If anybody knows how to transfer
playlists from Clementine a microSD for my Android phone, I would
appreciate it if they told me how to do it.
SolarBoyMatt wrote:And you might want to make sure udisks/udisks2 and dbus are installed for automounting with pcmanfm.Actually, after some playing around, I like the file manager "ranger" better than "pcmanfm".In "pcmanfm" I have to click on the usb stick to mount it. What's the command for this?
I have been in vacation for a week and when today i turned back home i wish to transfer the photos into the PC, but my phone can't be recognized by my pc or other's. Even in download mode, MTP, USB mass storage...please give me some help!
My lubuntu desktop has become unusable: the normal desktop, handled (i think) by pcmanfm was replaced by an empty one, while pcmanfm became unstable: first used 100% of cpu, then would not be accessible at all, despite the fact that it is runing.
I have installed LXDE beside lubuntu-desktop and for a while in lxde all looked normal, but after several logins/logouts the
PCMan File Manager (PCManFM) is a file manager application developed by Hong Jen Yee from Taiwan which is meant to be a replacement for Nautilus, Konqueror and Thunar. Released under the GNU General Public License, PCManFM is free software. PCManFM is the standard file manager in LXDE, which is also developed by the same author in conjunction with other developers.