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On some distros I tried all my usb disks is mounted automatically but not with Mint debian version.
It is possible to install something so it mount everything automatically?
I tried to mount my USB disk for wii games but with no succsess so I need some help.
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well if you didn't give up yet and u happen to still be looking for a solution to mount your WBFS partition in order to add/remove Wii games: just install a program called "wiithon" - it runs natively on lInux (there's also an ubuntu PPA).
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I installed wiithon, but it doesn't see my HDD. When I try it with Ubuntu, everything works fine. When I open a diskmanager in LMDE, I can see the HDD. IS there a problem between wbfs and LMDE?
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