Cloudberry does not see external usb drive
Under storage/file system, it only displays the Linux root and home directory and none of the other internal or external usb drives are shown listed. How to remedy?
Linux Mint 19 Tara, Umbutu, Gnome
Do you have them already mounted in the system? I mean, are they visible in OS? Can you provide a screenshot?
Yes, they are mounted and visible in my file manager. Cloudberry just shows the root/home of my Linux install and no other drives.
The Nautilus file manager shows you the full path to the external hard drive.
In your case, it is /media/james/TOSHIBA EXT.
Please use our navigation to open that path, to set it as a file storage or backup source.
Will try this, thanks.
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