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Apr
8
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
2
revised How Can I connect USB Printer in Virtual Box OSE Win XP
improve with an additional step
Mar
2
suggested suggested edit on How Can I connect USB Printer in Virtual Box OSE Win XP
Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
23
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
28
awarded  Teacher
Dec
24
answered How to install clpqr library in SWI-Prolog
Dec
18
asked How to install clpqr library in SWI-Prolog
Nov
4
awarded  Excavator
Nov
4
revised How do I show date next to time in the panel with gnome-shell?
Updated to conform the next release
Nov
4
suggested suggested edit on How do I show date next to time in the panel with gnome-shell?
Sep
2
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Aug
8
awarded  Scholar
Aug
8
accepted Partition doesn't listed in /dev/
Aug
8
comment Partition doesn't listed in /dev/
Oh, I got it. (1) Do the scenario above (partitioning in GParted) and got error message (2) sudo touch /forcefsck (3) reboot (and allow fsck). It solved my problem about the "lost partition". But the ntfs partitions is still error: GParted said "unknown", fdisk said the System is "HPFS/NTFS/exFAT".
Aug
8
awarded  Commentator
Aug
8
comment Partition doesn't listed in /dev/
/dev/sda6 contains other Linux OS (formatted), but it was not mounted. Thanks John, although I still can't solve my problem, your answer extended my knowledge.
Aug
8
revised Partition doesn't listed in /dev/
added more information
Aug
8
comment Partition doesn't listed in /dev/
The first fsck.ext4 execution worked :), but after I opened GParted and click Refresh Devices (Ctrl+R), /dev/sda6 was back to previous problem and fsck.ext4 said "No such file or directory while trying to open /dev/sda6".
Aug
7
asked Partition doesn't listed in /dev/