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I got it to boot with this guide https://studyblast.wordpress.com/2011/08/14/guide-mac-os-x-lion-how-to-boot-a-linux-live-system-from-a-usb-drive-how-to-update-any-ocz-ssds-firmware/ Try to look up the file on google - ISO-2-USB EFI-Booter for Mac 0.01 beta - Ubuntu 10.10 Live Use the 32bit file


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There's an open bug for this feature, so it is on the developers' radar. (See also this related bug.) In the meantime, you could install a file manager that offers auto-mounting, such as Nautilus. If you'd like, you can mark yourself as affected on the bug or post a bounty.


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I'm not a developer, so I can't answer your specific question. However it is easy to get automount. There are several ways to do it the easiest is to install usbmount sudo apt-get install usbmount I't will automount hfsplus, vfat, and ext file systems. If you need to automount other file systems you can add them to /etc/usbmount/usbmount.conf. It works ...


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I have had troubles with the videos app as well. You could open it by starting it from the terminal with: audience Then copy and paste the output of the command here to give us more info. You could try installing libdvd-pkg which should install everything you need to play a dvd. sudo apt-get install libdvd-pkg You will then need to run the following ...


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Yes, removable media is getting auto mounted. Contrary to other OS the file manager won't popup if you insert a media. Apparently there is no option to set the default action for audio CDs or DVDs, like open them in VLC or sth.


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