So I love the Dash search to find stuff quickly or just click right to recent apps/files. However it won't search for files in my second drive whether it's mounted or not.
on 02/16/2012 – Made popular on 02/16/2012
Well I just wanna find my files located on my second and third hard drive with ubuntu dash or synapse, because when I make a search with the both of it just show me results of the main hard drive and the most of my files are in the other drives.
Note: the others hard drives are ext4 too and mounted on /media/driveX
This was working OK previously but now no applications appear when running a search in the Dash or even show when first opened, it just shows recent files and downloads. If I type 'terminal' for example, it says "sorry, there is nothing that matches that search". I had installed some printer drives and stuff for KDE/plasma yesterday, could that be the problem?
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when i connect my nexus to the pc, i can see it...access files...and do transferes and what not.
But if i right click the drive ( as i would with say a usb drive ) i have no option to search the device, also if i open windows search for instance and then look for the nexus to search...it is not there.
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