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Thread: Suse 10.3 Gnome read write to usb and windowz

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    Default Suse 10.3 Gnome read write to usb and windowz

    Hi Everyone!

    I have me a quickie question in regards to suse 10.3 and Gnome.

    I just plugged in my usb stick to copy some walpapers over in prepertion for my upgrade to suse 11.0!

    Now funny I can't seem to write to the usb stick fat32, nor my winodwz XP ntfs.

    Do I need to load a special driver, Interesting my Suse 9.3 box has no problem at all reading writing to fat32, ntfs.
    Please help.
    One side not I did look in the database for Suse support and follow an article about edititing a jfs file and adding a couple of lines, which I did and it still dosn't work.

    Thanks
    Jr223

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    Default Re: Suse 10.3 Gnome read write to usb and windowz

    jr223 wrote:
    > Hi Everyone!
    >
    > I have me a quickie question in regards to suse 10.3 and Gnome.
    >
    > I just plugged in my usb stick to copy some walpapers over in
    > prepertion for my upgrade to suse 11.0!
    >
    > Now funny I can't seem to write to the usb stick fat32, nor my winodwz
    > XP ntfs.


    Without knowing how and with which options the device is mounted there
    no way of telling why you can't write to it.
    Are they two different devices, or has it two partitions?

    > Do I need to load a special driver, Interesting my Suse 9.3 box has no
    > problem at all reading writing to fat32, ntfs.


    No, normally the usb_storage kernel driver takes care of everything.

    > Please help.
    > One side not I did look in the database for Suse support and follow an
    > article about edititing a jfs file and adding a couple of lines, which I
    > did and it still dosn't work.


    What is a jfs file?

    Man, playing this guessing game here is really tiresome..

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