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Recent content by Presiding Cat

  1. Presiding Cat

    Conversation Another reason I don't do Facebook!

    Thanks LC. My cell phone is not connected to the internet. I access Face book VIA computer only. So no chance of that happening with me.
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    Conversation Another reason I don't do Facebook!

    I have face book account and for the life of me someone needs to explain to me how face book records my phone calls? When my phone is though a separate provider. And although Face book wants my phone # I have never given it to them.
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    Mounting internal second Hard Drive Via Gparted?

    Gparted was recommended to me. And I like using it. Used before without any hicups. Here's the command that I used to mount the partition manually. $ sudo mount -t auto \ > -o rw \ > /dev/[BLOCK_DEVICE][PARTITION_NUMBER] [MOUNT_POINT] \ > -v If your partition is /dev/sdb1, you mount it at the...
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    Mounting internal second Hard Drive Via Gparted?

    Those appear to be exclusive to Red Hat. My distro is Linux Mint 18 3 Silvia cinnamon
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    Mounting internal second Hard Drive Via Gparted?

    Thanks Lord Chance, Hope you are enjoying the season. According to further research that I have done you must create the mount point before you mount the partition. I am currently trying to find out how to do that...
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    Mounting internal second Hard Drive Via Gparted?

    When attempting to mount a second internal hard drive via Gparted. After selecting the drive. The mount button in the Partition tab is not available. It is greyed out. What am I missing? What have I done wrong? How do I mount the Drive? Operating system is Linux mint 18 3
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    Solved Attempting to get an external Hard Drive to work for storage

    Thank you all for your replies... The following information Worked... When you created the partition you also created a label for the partition which has spaces in the label name, namely "500 GB Storage". When the bash shell encounters spaces like that it stops and tries to run the command on a...
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    Solved Attempting to get an external Hard Drive to work for storage

    You might want to recheck that mate... The Version is Cinnamon... The cinnamon version is 4.4.0-53- Generic
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    Solved Attempting to get an external Hard Drive to work for storage

    How do I determine the Name of my File Manager?
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    Solved Attempting to get an external Hard Drive to work for storage

    I first deleted the existing partition... Then... In gparted I clicked on Device>and Created a Partition Table. Next I created a new partition on sdb by going to Partition and selecting the ext4 partition... This was done in Linux 18 1... There are no files on the Drive LC.
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    Funny Pics Thread (Add Your Own)

    I have seen that picture before... Apparently it not as close as it looks...
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    Solved Attempting to get an external Hard Drive to work for storage

    I have a used 500 GB external hard drive that I've been trying to use under Linux mint 18 1... I'm locked out of it for some reason. I can not drag and drop files into it, The "create folder" option is grayed out on the File menu. Why can't I write to it!? I've goggled my fingers sore, but...
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    Solved Sound not working...

    Thanks LC. For some strange reason the sound Has started working now... So all seems Good...
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    Solved Sound not working...

    I updated to Linux mint 18 1 64 Bit. (hoping to solve it) But have the exact same problem... So I will Try your suggestions... I am unable to find the "Auto Mut" As shown in the screen shot...