That's why I put a shortcut (script) on the desktop to unmount it. Since I always mount a USB to the same location, I just double click on the script, then unplug it, and plug in another. If you're using the Desktop it's a lot easier than opening a terminal just to unmount a USB drive.thradtke wrote:There used to be an eject-button in the file manager. Now it's not even an option in the devices view's context menu anymore. Why? It would be really nice to do it on the GUI level.
You've posted to an old thread. There is an eject button now, there wasn't when this thread was started a year ago and you had to DIY.c15jon wrote:There's an eject button in the extreme top right-hand corner of the X desktop.
Hey full... Just comment if you know the comment. dont tell us GUI