Re: Linux in Universities
Ron Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I don't know about KDE, but Gnome 1.4 as the Drive Mount Applet.
> Insert the disk and click on the applet icon. The icon changes
> to show a "mounted disk". Click on the icon again and it dismounts/
> ejects the disk. No problem.
I used to use the enlightenment mount/umount epplet all the time (now I
find it easier to move files between machiens via scp) and it would work
just fine until I forgot to umount a disk before swapping it for
another. the mount utility _really_ didn't seem to like that. Maybe
things have improved since then, though.