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FileSystem Missing Under Places (snapshot)

Postby ostatenk on Fri Feb 26, 2010 1:59 am

I've attached a snapshot cause I don't really know how to explain the problem. Basically, I don't see the filesystem where it should be, or anywhere for that matter. How do I restore it to its default location?
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Re: FileSystem Missing Under Places (snapshot)

Postby feed3 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:50 am

ostatenk wrote:I've attached a snapshot cause I don't really know how to explain the problem. Basically, I don't see the filesystem where it should be, or anywhere for that matter. How do I restore it to its default location?


A bit confuse on which "filesystem" you asking about. if i'm not mistaken, "filesystem" at the left pane of "places" is available when you install mint through mint4win. In that "filesystem", there's all the folder inside root and plus the host folder. But, i might be wrong. To put any folder to the left pane(places), right click on the intended folder and select add to places.
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this is snapshot of dolphin inside my mint 8 kde. see the "add to places" option on context menu.
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Re: FileSystem Missing Under Places (snapshot)

Postby Boo on Fri Feb 26, 2010 8:35 am

you could have right clicked on the filesystem (disk) and clicked the hide check box accidentally.
right click on the places and choose "show all entries" tick box.
then right click on the filesystem and un tick the hide check box.

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Re: FileSystem Missing Under Places (snapshot)

Postby ostatenk on Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:10 am

Thanks for the help. I'm still getting used to this new OS. Everything I was looking for is contained in ROOT.
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