Can't mount fat32 USB stick in plasma dolphin ?

Hi, I have some minor problem with mounting USB stick in latest Tumbleweed . When I try to mount USB fat32 stick with dolphin there is red message about can’t mounting drive. When I manually mount drive with mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt I can open it in dolphin but write is only possible with super user dolphin.
It seems related to this bug ?

Mounting USB devices on loop devices is common.

I wrote a guide on how to mount loop devices that’s probably easier to follow than standard documentation.


Dont know if its the case you mean but i just simply created (formated) usb fat32 with cfdisk, then created fat with mkfs.vfat and if i want to open it in dolphin i cant.Can not be mounted. Some time ago it did work ok, dont know what caused it .
Only solution for now is to mount it through terminal and open it in super user dolphin.

If you skim through what I wrote,
You’ll notice some similarities and some differences.

Mounting a loop device (which supports mounting a file system in a backing file or pointing to a hardware device) is slightly different than the regular mount command.

Recommend you test the sample I describe exactly so you understand what is happening, then you can repeat trying other options like pointing to a device.


Solved: it was easier than it seems, previously was on this USB stick some linux iso.
So I purged it with: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb bs=1M count=100.
Thencreated fat32 with cfdisk and finally mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb1.
Mounts and works like a champ again.