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if you want to stay on a network connection, you have to use the smb protocol for the connection. in this case you have to set up a samba server on your Ubuntu computer. then you can use it on Windows without installing something there. if speed is that necessary that you want to insert the drive and use a sata connection, then try ext2fsd, a tool which ...
Create a folder called /backup Open /etc/fstab Change mountpoint of /dev/sda6 to /backup Reboot Confirm it is mounted at /backup by typing mount into a terminal. Delete the other folder with rmdir (only deletes empty folders) Enjoy
Read the DRM section here , specifically: DRM copy-protection All cards incorporate DRM copy-protection. Roughly 10% of the storage capacity of an SD card is a "Protected Area" not available to the user, but is used by the on-card processor to verify the identity of an application program that it then allows to read protected content. The card prohibits ...
Well, init cannot really know all by itself which files a given service needs, so "this service uses /var" dependencies still need to be declared somewhere anyway. Of course, that ought to be done by the developers & packagers, not by you. For example, the aforementioned systemd-random-seed.service already has all the necessary dependencies: $ ...
In my case, I had an NFS share entry in /private/var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/mounts/XXX.plist. I deleted the .plist file and rebooted, which solved this problem for me. This site deals with a similar problem.
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