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I would like to add a whole disk (FAT32) to Picasa folder management. It's a data disk my girlfriend (using Windows) and I share. But I can only add folders from the disk Picasa (and Ubuntu) is installed on. How can I add a whole disk to folder management?

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I haven't ever used Picasa, but I would suggest that you add the disk to your filesystem in Ubuntu.

Then it is the same as using a local folder, and is also available to any other programs that you wish to use.

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Of course, the disk is already visible (at locations), and I use it a lot to play mediafiles but this is maybe not the same, I will try your suggestion later, and will of course accept your answer if it works out. – Peter Jul 22 '10 at 7:56

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