On 06/02/2013 11:30 AM, Mark LaPierre wrote:
On 06/02/2013 12:06 AM, Anthony wrote:
> On 06/01/2013 10:00 PM, Rex Dieter wrote:
>> Anthony wrote:
>>> A little while ago, I tried to install Google Earth. It told
>>> me there was a file conflict so I forced it. Then, I decided
>>> I didn't want it and uninstalled it. Now, my external USB
>>> hard disk isn't mounting and I can't make it mount at all.
>> You could try:
>> yum reinstall filesystem
>> (it's the filesystem pkg google earth rpm has conflicts with)
> Never mind. Just uplugged and replugged the drive and it showed
> up again. Thanks!!
Could you state clearly what you did to resolve this issue?
Did you "yum reinstall filesystem"?
Sorry about that! In my excitement I didn't exactly give a lot of
details on how this got resolved.
I did a "yum reinstall filesystem" then physically disconnected the
drive and connected it again. That did not work. So I restarted the
system and again physically disconnected and reconnected the drive.
Then, my drive showed up and mounted properly. It has been working
fine ever sense.
It would be good if you put (SOLVED) on the end of the subject line
so that those who later search the mail archive can more easily
find the solution.
Good point. Done on this email :-)