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comment Copying from mount share drive to local folder through script
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comment Copying from mount share drive to local folder through script
sudo apt-get install smbfs This will install the samba filesystem package on your system, simply re-run the mount command when you’ve got this package sirnet.co.uk/archives/114
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comment Copying from mount share drive to local folder through script
can you post exactly what are the error messages and what are the commands you execute for cp linuxnix.com/2009/09/…
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comment Copying from mount share drive to local folder through script
if there are blank spaces in your directory names I feel they probably are causing the problem so you can do some thing like quoting the names in double quotes ""
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comment Create a fat32 partition on usb
see do not use cfdisk as sudo cfdisk /dev/sda3 instead do a just sudo cfdisk inside there you will see drives
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answered dell studio slim 540 not installing ubuntu 12.10
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comment Create a fat32 partition on usb
no Unetbootin I have tried myself earlier and it did not worked I googled google.co.in/search?q=install+windows+8+from+usb and came with a few links you will have to try some other solution I did not had success with Unetbootin in case you want to format your partition to fat32 use a command sudo cfdisk this will show your USB mounted some where in fileysystem from there you can format
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comment Create a fat32 partition on usb
ok what steps did you take to create bootable Windows 7 on USB , ie which software and what steps you took that can give some clue as where you were stuck
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comment Unable to get audio output from paired Bluetooth device
paste the relevant output of lspci -vnn from the or output of dmesg when you pair your device
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comment mount two hard drives on start up
Your link says ` This method is only available in Hardy and Karmic.` and below it says to use pysdm package and when I checked pysdm package links ubuntuforums.org/… it says this package is obsolete so you need to manually edit the fstab file
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comment mount two hard drives on start up
Hmmm the external hard drive you mentioned is it always attached to your system or it is a portable device I tried the same on my system what I noticed is my disk got mounted at /dev/media what is the output on terminal when you type /usr/bin/udisks --mount /dev/disk/by-uuid/21318E3E64707B4D where does it gets mounted and while it is mounted and you type in /usr/bin/udisks --mount /dev/disk/by-uuid/6439FB1D652606C4 where does the second mount gets mounted does it go in same /media
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comment mount two hard drives on start up
from the link you pasted Adding to startup gnome-session-properties Push the Add button. Choose a name, paste in your command and push the Add button what do you see in this gnome-session-screen ? are the two disks you want present there , if you remove the semicolon there and do add one by one do you get desired result