my hard drive is approaching the maximum number of formats.
merlwiz79 wrote:The automount is gone from xubuntu as well and I think it's a stupid thing to do.
I thought the automount was just a problem with usb installs but it was changed for both....One way is to open Partition editor with a root thunar open, to get them to mount.
Then use the entries in /etc/mtab for /etc/fstab
Husse wrote:Welcome to Mint titto
You may have to install proper drivers - let EnvyNG have a go at it
borgio3 wrote:Hello everyone,
i'm Giorgio Beltrammi (aka borgio3) from Italy.
I downloaded the new Beta release of Linux Mint Xfce and i tried them in live session only. I'm waiting the stable to install them on my BenQ laptop.
This release is very nice, powerfull, easy and simple to all users and i wrote a review (in italian language only) for my website.
http://livelinux.altervista.org/article ... =it&pg=769
Thanks for this magnificient piece of software.
oliverjames wrote:The biggest glich so far is that my other partitions, Mint Gnome and Fat32, are not being mounted as normal. This generally happens automatically. Invoking Gparted gives message "to mount 3G volume, org.freedesktop.hal.storage.mont-fixed auth_admin_keep_always <--(actio, result).
big_dog1968 wrote:dethknight wrote:brooker wrote:Download and install were flawless. Great work guys. One happy XFCE camper
checksum & burn were fine, but install drops to "busybox" prompt
I had that happen before. I added the options all-generic-ide irqpoll=on and it worked fine after that.
belovedmonster wrote:Also, I'm sure it's too late to change this now, but why is Exaile the default music player? It's known to be a system hog compared to Rhythmbox when using large music libraries. And even if it wasn't, a consistent approach with the same apps as the main distro (where possible) is the best way to go!
clem wrote:Linux Mint 5 XFCE Community Edition RC1 (BETA 025) is out and available for download. We're planning to release the stable version of this edition in two weeks so I hope you'll be numerous to test it and we'll receive plenty of feedback.
Please find all relevant information about this release at this address: http://www.linuxmint.com/rel_elyssa_xfce.php
I'd also like to thank and congratulate Merlwiz79 for maintaining this edition and for making it better and better with each release.
Have fun with it and don't forget to give us feedback by replying to this thread.
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