Gareth Eason wrote:
> Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
> As an interesting side-note, I find this far superior to Window's
> implementation of same, since under Windows I appear to have to
> (optionally) right click the device and eject (same as Ubuntu, thus far)
> but this appears to largely have no effect. To actually safely eject the
> device, Windows requires me to find the removable devices icon in the
> task tray (taking two clicks usually since Windows helpfully auto-hides
> it) and click it - bringing up a dialog of all the removable devices
> connected to my machine, select the USB drive, click 'Remove'
No, no, no... you find the task tray icon and click on the "safely
remove" thing, and it brings up a dialogue saying: you're not allowed to
do this because you need administrator privileges. At least this is what
happens on the machines in Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.
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