Kubuntu vs. Ubuntu
kassube at gmx.net
Tue Sep 18 07:41:56 BST 2007
Marti Andrews wrote:
> I believe it's Feisty. Is that 7.0.4?
OK, so Feisty Fawn it is (=7.04).
> I'm still totally new to typing
> stuff in the command window, it is so different from Windows!
Well, that's how I feel when I boot to Windows - nothing works as
> I still can't find
> my other drives, just the one drive that Ubuntu is on.
When I installed Kubuntu 7.04 on my laptop, the other partitons were
mounted below the /media folder - maybe you have a look there. But there
is another option. I read the entire thread again, and I found a mail
from Ralph Alvy. He wrote:
| Have you made sure you checked this page in the KDE Desktop
| RightClick on Desktop
| Configure Desktop
| Device Icons
But there is one thing he didn't tell you: On that page that comes up, you
should check the box for "mounted hard disk partitions" (or something
similar - this is just my translation) or maybe all boxes. Next
hit "apply" and "OK". Then logout of KDE and login again. Now there
should be symbols on the desktop for your partitions.
If that worked, there is one problem left: you probably can't write to
your NTFS partition. However I can't elp you with that problem.
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