I am currently trying to backup data from my computer's hard drive to an external one while live-booting to Ubuntu from a USB, and I've encountered a bit of a problem. You see, I cannot mount my hard drives.
i installed ubuntu 12.10 on Eee PC 900 removing previous OS, Windows XP. Everything OK. but when i go to Go>Computer>16GB Hard Drive, it says "Unable to mount directory" and then "can not mount file". what is solution...?
I have installed Ubuntu on windows 7 VM. On installation I have assigned space from my drive to Ubuntu. Now I can see icon in ubuntu 161GB Hard Disk but when I click on it it shows message 'Unable to Mount location'. How can I access this space and create new folders etc.
For clarity, my goal is to create a bootable install usb using the instructions in the guide here but following this results in a non-bootable usb which will not even mount as a drive once the computer has booted up.
Furthermore every 12.x iso I have tried will not even mount using the OS X disk utility, instead showing an error message "Unable to mount the_iso_i_am_trying.iso (no mountabl
I am a completely new user of Ubuntu/Linux...I installed version 11.10 recently...the problem is...when i login with my administrative account,it does not mount the file systems,it does detect the USB flash drive but doesn't mount it...unable to mount,not authorized is the message..whereas..when i log in with a guest session,it mounts all the file systems,flash drive...everything...where is the pr
If you want to mount VirtualBox drive image (vdi) in Ubuntu 12.04/12.10 use vdfuse.This Fuse module uses the VirtualBox access library to open a VirtualBox supported VD image file and mount it as a Fuse file system. The mount point contains a flat directory containing the files EntireDisk, Partition1 .. PartitionN.