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You can use GParted Install it by entering the following command in the terminal: sudo apt-get install gparted Here is a tutorial for formatting your USB flash drive : How to Format a USB Drive in Ubuntu Using GParted Start Gparted. Select the USB drive from the top write drop-down menu. Right click the drive and select format, then check Apply


In my laptop installed 128GB SSD and 500GB HDD and I have /, /home and swap on SSD, and store other files on HDD. SSD: / – 20GB; /home – 100GB; swap – 8GB. HDD: All 500GB on /media/storage. On the HDD I keep only large files that don't need high-speed read/write. It's a music, videos, ISO images, system snapshots, etc. For convenience, in my home ...


The easiest way to format an USB stick on elementary (for now) is to install "Formatter" app from elementary appstore.


Press there and change it to /dev/sdb About the other statement you hovering in pantheon-files and seeing less space. You have mixed concepts, remember that in Linux you have mount points acting logically as one but they are separated. What you saw as "File System" is the same amount you see in the root mount point (/). You expected to see it all together ...


You can try to fix the ./ script at line 40 from elementaryos|debian|ubuntu|linuxmint|raspbian) to elementary|debian|ubuntu|linuxmint|raspbian)


I'm also facing a similar problem, and after many searches, I found these links: and This driver claims to support AU6601, AU6621 and AU6625. You can clone this driver and install it to see if it worked. Unfortunately, it does not work for my AU6625 card reader ...


There is a GUI application called system-config-lvm, however it does not seem to work under elementary OS Loki.

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