When I open 'storage device manager', I keep getting a message that /dev/sdb? has not been configured. Do I want to configure it now? I don't know if I want to configure it or not. because I am not sure what will happen if I say yes. I have searched for a howto use 'storage device manager' but haven't found one. I don't see a help menu when sdm opens. Can someone point me in the right direction to find out how to use sdm?
I have a similar problem to the first poster. I got and installed PySDM but it offers to "configure" a drive when all I want is to make sure is that it stays mounted permanently so apps loading automatically at boot or login will recognize and be able to work with the drive. I get nervous around partition handlers because I don't want to accidentally wipe out my data.
What should I do to make sure my sdb drive is mounted always in LM?
Context: I'm running LinuxMint Maya after years with regular Ubuntu. I have three drives. sda is for Windows XP, sdb for data (for Linux and Windows) and sdc is for Linux (the home folder is on sdc and I won't make sdb /home because it's an NTFS with data I need to access from both OSes). Don't tell me to change this because it worked fine in Ubuntu and should work fine in LM.