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Dolphin missbehaves
#1

Hi there people,
from time to time, dolphin refuses to write to a USB drive. A restart does not help but, after a day or two
it goes away like nothing happens. It is weird and frustrating. Strangely, it works the other way around.
Any ideas or similar experiences Huh .
Cheers
Bob
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(11-22-2022, 03:28 AM)Old Sceptic Wrote:  Hi there people,
from time to time, dolphin refuses to write to a USB drive. A restart does not help but, after a day or two
it goes away like nothing happens. It is weird and frustrating. Strangely, it works the other way around.
Any ideas or similar experiences Huh .
Cheers
Bob

Hey Bob, you can try updating your system then reboot and see if it works... Also make sure that the USB is using a FileSystem that works well with linux (avoid NTFS with linux because it's slow and unstable). Other than that wait for anybody else to further help you! GK
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(11-22-2022, 03:28 AM)Old Sceptic Wrote:  Hi there people,
from time to time, dolphin refuses to write to a USB drive. A restart does not help but, after a day or two
it goes away like nothing happens. It is weird and frustrating. Strangely, it works the other way around.
Any ideas or similar experiences Huh .
Cheers
Bob

Well, it's a Dolphin issue, rarely happens on my end, but I do agree it happens. But since we are not the ones who created it, can't fix it, thank you for reporting though, best use the KDE bug reporter to let them know so they fix it... https://forum.xerolinux.xyz/thread-137.html

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