On 07/31/2012 09:02 PM, Eddie O'Connor wrote:
And in reference to upgrading from F16 to F17....I'm not realy
going to do THAT until I know they've worked out all the kinks, I always kind of
"trail" the releases so that I'm never so far ahead that I can't go
"back". I only recently moved up from F15 when it's Support Life Cycle
ended....I;l be moving from F16 to F17 when F16's EOL has arrived as well.....but
I'm going to definitely try out thi command line when I get out of the office
today...thanks you again for the advice! Also, just as a "side-quest" if you
I see.... Well, you seem to have F15 stuff left over....which seems to be giving you
headaches in what you are trying to do. It would help to know what your are doing and
how your are doing it and copy/pasting the information. Otherwise, everyone will just be
guessing. Some people are better at guessing than others. I'm not so good at it.
So I have a 320GB HD that has corporate data on it, and I need to acess that data.
It's a Western Digital SATA drive, with that "WDVault" software on it
that's suposed to keep the data secure, well it works, because when I plug it into my
PC i can see the WDVault partiton wvhich isn't that big, but when I look for the info
it tels me that I don't have permission to access it!!?? Is threre anyway for me to
get to this info?.....lok forward to reading your responses!!
I don't know anything about WDVault. But, it sounds like a "security"
system. It has been my experience that any software included with disks or USB Memory is
MS Windows stuff and thus not of value in the Fedora environment.
Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better
idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far,
the Universe is winning. -- Rick Cook, The Wizardry Compiled