I've been using the terminal for almost everything: in fact, I often don't even log in through the interface, I use the tty1 and go to the web with text-browsers. So, the external drive doesn't auto-mount, and I use sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/JMCF125_DE to mount it. It works, but listing shows there's a difference.
Hi all,I've installed ubuntu 8.04 LTS (which I used to) on my dell xps m1330.I updated it to latest updates available.But then when I insert any usb flash it says cannot mount (see the picture bellow) :
It is available through lsusb and through manually mount. But I need it to be mounted automatically just when it is inserted.Thank you in advance.
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
So, I have this USB thumb drive, and I think it got its filesystem destroyed, either by electric shock for magnet (if that's possible) and I want to try and mount it before throwing it away, like, it doesn't auto-mount, and probably doesn't have a filesystem.
How would I either mount it, locate it, or create a filesystem on it?
I had the ubuntu 10.04 beta 1 installed few days ago, but the system does not mount my usb flash driver, and nothing showed up in /dev. I've tried FAT, FAT32, ntfs, exFAT, none of these format work. Can anyone help me with it? Thanx!