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
In my previous Ubuntu installation on my laptop, I set up the CIFS mounts in /etc/fstab such that they did not automatically mount at boot, and the regular user could mount them at will. This was to keep the system from reporting errors if the laptop was not on my home network where the shares are located.
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!