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For anyone who is having this problem with a USB-based Banshee media collection and who does not wish to implement the workarounds above, it's easy to modify the Banshee database directly for the new username/USB location. Close Banshee Back up your banshee.db cp ~/.config/banshee/banshee.db ~/.config/banshee/banshee.db.bak Run this SQLite3 query to ...
If you suspect that your hard drive might be dying, I suggest running some kind of diagnostic software - but only after backing up all of your data! Sometimes this is built into the computer, and can be run by either navigating to the Diagnostic tab in BIOS, or there will be a key designated for this purpose, which you will have to press at startup. ...
Just use gnome-disks facility in Ubuntu. Type this in your terminal:- user@user-X550LD:~$ gnome-disks Easy to use. Click on any partition and select the "settings" cog wheel down at the bottom near the "play" and "minus" signs. Select mount options and voila.]1
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