How do you format a disk using slint?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Nov 12 03:31:53 UTC 2021
Thanks for your help Dave,
I tried to implement the command as root:
but I got no response. When I hit the enter key it just sent me back to
the terminal prompt. I got no confirmations or errors.
When I tried to run the gnome-disks command, It told me no such file.
Could it be that this package does not exist on my machine? What do you
On 11/11/21 9:50 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> The utility is called gnome-disks. You can type that into the run
> dialogue. Even better, you can add it to the menus by starting mozo
> from the run dialogue. Suppose you want to put it on the
> 'accessories' menu. You could navigate to 'accessories', and make a
> new item. The command would be "gnome-disks", and the shortcut would
> be whatever you want.
> On 11/11/21 21:34, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Thanks Dave.
>> Now, if I issue this command
>> slapt-src gnome-disk-utility
>> as root, would the system add a new utility to the menu? Or do I have
>> to add it myself? If so, where can I find this utility once It
>> becomes available?
>> On 11/11/21 9:08 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> slapt-src gnome-disk-utility
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