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change flashdrive volume name label

Postby rfd » Mon Aug 13, 2012 8:36 am

windows allows this but not linux? how to???

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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby mysoomro » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:56 am

rfd wrote:windows allows this but not linux? how to???

Go to the 'settings' from Application Menu and launch 'Disk Utility'
-> It will list all your hard, flash and pen drives.
-> Select the one you want to change label of.
-> Then it will give you an option "Edit Filysystem Label", Go ahead and click it.
And change The label of your Flash drive. :)

This might slightly differ in your version of Linuxmint.

Well, it's a bit more lengthy process than that of windows, but it keeps your drives more secure.
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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby rfd » Tue Aug 14, 2012 5:57 am

mysoomro wrote:
rfd wrote:windows allows this but not linux? how to???

Go to the 'settings' from Application Menu and launch 'Disk Utility'
-> It will list all your hard, flash and pen drives.
-> Select the one you want to change label of.
-> Then it will give you an option "Edit Filysystem Label", Go ahead and click it.
And change The label of your Flash drive. :)

This might slightly differ in your version of Linuxmint.

Well, it's a bit more lengthy process than that of windows, but it's keeps your drives more secure.


i'm running maya13 and there is no "settings" or "disk utility" listed in the app menu.

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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby mysoomro » Tue Aug 14, 2012 4:31 pm

I am also running Linuxmint Maya 13. But it's with XFCE desktop environment. And I can change the label with above mentioned way.
What desktop environment do you use?
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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby rfd » Tue Aug 14, 2012 4:35 pm

mysoomro wrote:I am also running Linuxmint Maya 13. But it's with XFCE desktop environment. And I can change the label with above mentioned way.
What desktop environment do you use?


maya 13 mate

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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby caribriz » Tue Aug 14, 2012 7:40 pm

Disk utility is not installed in Mate by default.
You can install it from the Software Manager - search for gnome-disk-utility
It will then be available from the Menu in "Preferences".

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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby mysoomro » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:08 am

caribriz wrote:Disk utility is not installed in Mate by default.
You can install it from the Software Manager - search for gnome-disk-utility
It will then be available from the Menu in "Preferences".

caribriz


That's right!
I just found it out in an idea on community website.. The user was complaining about it that Disk utility is not installed in Mate by default, and it's very useful app. So it must be included..
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Re: change flashdrive volume name label

Postby rfd » Thu Aug 16, 2012 6:15 am

caribriz wrote:Disk utility is not installed in Mate by default.
You can install it from the Software Manager - search for gnome-disk-utility
It will then be available from the Menu in "Preferences".

caribriz


thanx - that works just fine.


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