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#1 Re: Feedback & Suggestions » apt-get » 2014-12-16 08:08:04

well because sometimes 2 are not upgraded, and sometimes 0 are not upgraded or 0 are untouched, heheh i guess they could have ommited the whole line if 0 were not upgraded, but they left it,

#2 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » phone partition wp7 » 2014-12-16 07:58:18

actually nothing is needed, the folders were just hidden hehe... i was getting mad why is it that people made a media transfer protocol, and i thought linux wasn't recognising these partitions, when logically these partitions or file systems should be just normal file systems and not nothing special, even though they have these weird media transfer protocols for different weird  programs........... but i don't need none of those programs to get my photos off, it just works, why, cuz linux is awesome hehe.................. ah i havenlt logged in here in a month and more

#3 Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » phone partition wp7 » 2014-11-12 05:21:42

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I don't remember which distro, it could have been debian, I just plugged my wp7 into the usb and i could see the folders and transfer files from it, now on debian it finds some music player, and here nothing really happens on #! that is, how would i find out what is used to mount these devices, i don't know anything about phones

#6 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » gparted and cut/paste file loss » 2014-11-11 10:13:25

i knew i was wrong damo, i just needed confirmation hehe.  I didn't really notice that all my partitions automatically get mounted in thunar. 

And it's good #! is based on debian now, ubuntu was my first linux so I feel nostalgic, i'm having this fight whether to install it along with other os's, i feel like i owe it something hehe, but once i discovered debian i was happy

#9 Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » gparted and cut/paste file loss » 2014-11-10 11:43:33

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I've reported these as bugs on the bug page I don't know if I should have, so if you want to advise me if I can do something about these.

1. Gparted when opened mounts all of my 20 logical partitions from other distros, and when i tried to delete the partitions that come after crunchbang gparted just gave an error and it wouldn't do it, but when i was on debian, which comes after the partitions i tried to delete it told me to unmount all logical partitions after the number of partition, i tried all 5, and of course I couldn't unmount the used partitions.

2.  I have a very small /tmp partition, 400MB i think i just did the automatic partition upon install, and I tried to move few distro .iso files by cut and paste and on the last file it gave an error box to try again or to skip, i skipped and all of the files were lost.  I kind of understand it's because of my small tmp partition because then i coulnd't download anything else as it said a file was too big in the partition, i tried to find it and to delete it but it didn't exist, so after reboot everything was fine.

do i need to have a bigger /tmp partition heh, i guess i do

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