Hi, probably a generic question not specific to Garuda.
i have added a Garuda instance to my desktop PC on a separate drive - no problems. In the PC i have a number of HDD/SSD that i can see in Dolphin and can copy data back and forth, however how do i "mount" them properly so i can use them for data storage/manipulation with software applications installed on Garuda ?
How to do this so i can use the other drives for both windows and Garuda for data ? HDD is formatted as NTFS.
Thanks Naman - Perfect advise and now sorted on Garuda
And then add the drive to /etc/fstab using the UUID the utility gives you. Reboot, and Bob's your uncle.
Err you mention Dolphin, so you probably shouldn't use GNOME stuff. KDE works fine all by itself.
That's your opinion, I think gnome-disks is one of the best tools if you are a beginner and need a GUI.
I install it on KDE, XFCE, i3wm .... just everywhere.
Gnome disks is a great program for beginners and it gets the job done easily. However, it's choice of mount options isn't always best IMO.
Also, if you're looking to watch media over a network share learning how to mount via fstab is often required for stutter free viewing on KDE.
I have "GNOME stuff" installed in KDE Plasma, and use them near-daily. What bug crawled up your butt? I thought you knew better.
But there's nothing like Disks for KDE... Sadly..
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