I'm using krusader in M5-gnome (my preferred file manager) on my laptop. On this machine is Vista (ntfs), Mint (ext3) and a 30 Gig partition for storage that I formatted as fat32 so both Mint and Vista would have easy access to anything there. I had to modify fstab to list both those partitions, and then add the folders (sda2 & sda3) in krusader to gain access to the partitions.
Access to the ntfs drive works fine. But when I click on the storage partition I get this message:
Could not mount device.
The reported error was:
mount: unknown filesystem type 'fat32'
Are fat32 partitions listed as something else? It was formatted using gparted as fat32, and when I look at it again in gparted it's listed fat32, so what did I do wrong?