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Jun
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accepted path to USB drive
Jun
14
revised path to USB drive
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Jun
14
comment path to USB drive
@markkirby in media there is only ., .. and user folder, which is empty.
Jun
14
comment path to USB drive
I can acces it via nautilus, but I need to acces it via terminal. In media/username there is only . and ... When I was trying to find the path in nautilus (properties) there is no path to the device but mtp://[usb:003,002]/
Jun
14
asked path to USB drive
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Oct
30
accepted What is a “failed to create a symbolic link: file exists” error?
Oct
30
comment What is a “failed to create a symbolic link: file exists” error?
Thanks. It seems my question is not very useful. Should I delete it? Or you convert your comment in the reply so I could accept it as solved :)
Oct
30
asked What is a “failed to create a symbolic link: file exists” error?
Oct
22
revised system reinstallation - only system partition
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revised system reinstallation - only system partition
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Oct
20
comment system reinstallation - only system partition
I'm trying to apply the first solution (install / on previous / and /home on previous /home). Now I have in my /home folder guest and mariajulia (previous installation) and maria (new installation). And lost and found. maria is empty. All these directories are not mounted (according to mtab) What exactly should I remove? I was trying to remove maria, but terminal output is: rm: cannot remove maria/.gvfs': Device or resource busy`
Oct
20
revised Why system partition gets overfull quickly?
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Oct
19
revised Why system partition gets overfull quickly?
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19
revised Why system partition gets overfull quickly?
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Oct
19
accepted How to mount a partition on an internal drive using USB live
Oct
19
comment How to mount a partition on an internal drive using USB live
thanks a lot. I've check the man pages for mount, but I didn't think I have to create a directory to mount a partition of a internal disc. Why one partition is mounted "automatically"? Should I take it in account while creating this directory?