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  1. #11
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    Talking Re: How to mount MyBook EX HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by papibe View Post
    Great!

    Please mark the thread as solved (read here), when you have the chance.

    Here's a few ideas to get more information:
    • Visit the forums frequently. Search for similar threads and ask questions when you don't find any tips.
    • Visit help.ubuntu.com for tutorials and wikis. Take a special attention to this page: CommandLine Resources.
    • For individual commands use the pre installed help system called 'man'. For instance run:
      Code:
      man mount
    • Check out this thread with lots of useful links.
    • Have fun with it all!

    Kind Regards.

    Will do man, I will be looking over these asap! thanks a bunch!

  2. #12
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    Re: How to mount MyBook EX HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by BStrizzy View Post
    Will do man, I will be looking over these asap! thanks a bunch!
    I also wanted to know, how do I check my threads that I post? Recently I have been just using the search "myBook" to find my recent post. There has got to be another way.

  3. #13
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    Re: How to mount MyBook EX HDD

    Sure there is
    Code:
    Search -> Find All your Threads
    Or
    Code:
    Search -> Find All your Post
    Alternatively, you can go:
    Code:
    Search -> Advance Search
    And then search using the field:
    Code:
    User Name:
    Regards.

  4. #14
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    Re: How to mount MyBook EX HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by papibe View Post
    Sure there is
    Code:
    Search -> Find All your Threads
    Or
    Code:
    Search -> Find All your Post
    Alternatively, you can go:
    Code:
    Search -> Advance Search
    And then search using the field:
    Code:
    User Name:
    Regards.

    Awesome got it! Thanks man

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