1. From your Panel showing at the bottom of the screenshot, you have Timeshift installed, stylised T on a red background. What happens when you click that?I can't get online (wifi) to obtain TimeShift to reinstall.
That is 2 1/2 GB and 5.5 GB, an 8 GB stick. The stick is compromised now, the Store have replaced its contents with just an .iso likely of Serena, you should be able to see that from Nemo..2 1/2Mb are used and 5.5MB are free.
WD Blue is the 1 TB SSD. It is where your Serena is. If that is Serena.What do you mean by WDBlue?;
Where did they go, Dick? Did you have the T5 plugged in, when you did the following?All my snapshots are gone
I will show you in the next Post what you should have done with Unetbootin, and which I spent some hours on yesterday.I went and did it apparently reinstalling 18.1 with Unetbootin.
OK, I am getting a little confused here (is it any wonder? )I think the pics were being placed in a pictures folder in Home...which is likely on the System drive.
And that is music to my earsWhen I followed your terminal codes and Unetbootin was installed, I had no idea it would actually reload Serena. Yes, more of my impulsiveness that then wiped out those snapshots I had managed to take and store in the Home folder in Pictures. Had nothing to do with the T5. I hope this clears up what I was trying to say.
... and that's how I see it too, Dickand Restore all our work...at least that's how I see it.
If you think you might want to save anything on the install stick, eg for moving between one computer and the other, then Persistence is handy.What is persistence?
Usually, on a live CD or Live USB key, all modifications are discarded when you reboot.
The persistence allows you to keep your preferences and data even after reboot.
The data are stored in a special file called casper-rw (for Ubuntu, Linux Mint &c) and overlay-USBLABEL-UUID (for Fedora). This is a completely transparent process for the user
... are to follow the directions and arrows on the Unetbootin screenshot at #31.the a-b-c's of this move.
sudo fdisk -l