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  • widi_hans
    temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh flasdisk, aku klik
    Message 1 of 9 , Mar 28, 2006
      temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung
      kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
      flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
      kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
      komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku takut
      bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
      nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
      peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
      aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount /media/MyFlash
      bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
      solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans
    • akoe juga
      widi_hans wrote: temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole,
      Message 2 of 9 , Mar 28, 2006
        widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote: temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung
        kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
        flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
        kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
        komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku takut
        bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
        nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
        peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
        aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount /media/MyFlash
        bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
        solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans

        wah kalo pengalaman saya, kalo udah di safely remove aman2 aja koq dicabut, coba aja liat di ps -aux udah ga ada [usb-storage] nya, tips aja mas,kalo abis nyolokin flashdisk di suse10 sebelum turn off, lebih baik kalo di end current session dulu.kalo ga di end current session ntar kalo login lagi trus nyolokin flashdisk biasanya ga mau detek tapi di media:/ ada icon flashdisk gitu...


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      • paul dermawan
        Saya punya masalah dengan irc client os saya memakai fedora 2 bagaimana saya menagani setiap permintaan yang maunya selalu autokill terus
        Message 3 of 9 , Mar 28, 2006
          Saya punya masalah dengan irc client os saya memakai
          fedora 2 bagaimana saya menagani setiap permintaan
          yang maunya selalu autokill terus

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        • galih septanto
          ... hal yang sama saya alami dengan menggunakan distro slackware & mandriva. pada saat perintah umount di jalankan, tetap aja lampu falsdisk menyala. Tapi klo
          Message 4 of 9 , Mar 30, 2006
            >widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote: >temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin >flasdisku langsung
            >kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas >mau cabut tuh
            >flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely >remove
            >kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya >masih konek ama
            >komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas >flasdisknya coz aku takut
            >bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi >dah dicopot)
            >nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash >kok keluar
            >peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super >user, ok lalu
            >aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik >umount /media/MyFlash
            >bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap >kelip, nah gimana
            >solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........

            hal yang sama saya alami dengan menggunakan distro slackware & mandriva. pada saat perintah umount di jalankan, tetap aja lampu falsdisk menyala. Tapi klo menggunakan distro ubuntu ketika kita umount, lampu flasdisk akan mati.


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          • El_Kaef
            try this link :) http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=29698 ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
            Message 5 of 9 , Mar 30, 2006
              try this link :)
              http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=29698

              On 3/30/06, galih septanto <galih_jr@...> wrote:
              >
              > >widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote: >temen2 aku pake suse 10.0,
              > trus ketika aku colokin >flasdisku langsung
              > >kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas >mau cabut tuh
              > >flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely >remove
              > >kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya >masih konek ama
              > >komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas >flasdisknya coz aku takut
              > >bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi >dah dicopot)
              > >nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash >kok keluar
              > >peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super >user, ok lalu
              > >aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik >umount /media/MyFlash
              > >bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap >kelip, nah gimana
              > >solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........
              >
              > hal yang sama saya alami dengan menggunakan distro slackware & mandriva.
              > pada saat perintah umount di jalankan, tetap aja lampu falsdisk menyala.
              > Tapi klo menggunakan distro ubuntu ketika kita umount, lampu flasdisk akan
              > mati.
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            • rud21@akakom.org
              ... caranya adalah masuk ke akses root kemudian masuk konqueror trus klik safely remove, maka lampu dari flashdisk akan mati
              Message 6 of 9 , Mar 30, 2006
                Widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote :

                > temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung
                > kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
                > flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
                > kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
                > komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku takut
                > bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
                > nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
                > peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
                > aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount /media/MyFlash
                > bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
                > solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans

                caranya adalah masuk ke akses root
                kemudian masuk konqueror trus klik safely remove, maka lampu dari flashdisk akan mati
              • agung bismo
                ... wah, sama ya kaya aku dulu... tapi kalo mo eject flash harus masuk root dulu kayanya repot ya.... kalo saya pake perintah tambahan ini (saya attach aja
                Message 7 of 9 , Mar 31, 2006
                  On 3/31/06, rud21@... <rud21@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote :
                  >
                  > > temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku langsung
                  > > kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
                  > > flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
                  > > kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
                  > > komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku takut
                  > > bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
                  > > nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
                  > > peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
                  > > aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount /media/MyFlash
                  > > bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
                  > > solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans
                  >
                  > caranya adalah masuk ke akses root
                  > kemudian masuk konqueror trus klik safely remove, maka lampu dari
                  > flashdisk akan mati
                  >
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                  wah, sama ya kaya aku dulu... tapi kalo mo eject flash harus masuk root
                  dulu kayanya repot ya....
                  kalo saya pake perintah tambahan ini (saya attach aja ya...)

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                • Fuad
                  Mungkin kamu terlalu sering pake flash disk di Windows, kalau aku walaupun masih nyala tetap aku cabut ndak perlu tunggu sampai lampunya mati. perasaan ngak
                  Message 8 of 9 , Apr 2, 2006
                    Mungkin kamu terlalu sering pake flash disk di Windows, kalau aku
                    walaupun masih nyala tetap aku cabut ndak perlu tunggu sampai lampunya
                    mati. perasaan ngak ngaruh deh. trus ko di SuSe itu klo dah selesai
                    ngopy bisa langsung dicabut soalnya SuSe itu pake fitur Sync waktu
                    mount flash disk.

                    --- In jogja-linux@yahoogroups.com, "agung bismo" <bizzttyy@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > On 3/31/06, rud21@... <rud21@...> wrote:
                    > >
                    > > Widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote :
                    > >
                    > > > temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku
                    langsung
                    > > > kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
                    > > > flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
                    > > > kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
                    > > > komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku
                    takut
                    > > > bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
                    > > > nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
                    > > > peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
                    > > > aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount
                    /media/MyFlash
                    > > > bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
                    > > > solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans
                    > >
                    > > caranya adalah masuk ke akses root
                    > > kemudian masuk konqueror trus klik safely remove, maka lampu dari
                    > > flashdisk akan mati
                    > >
                    > >
                    > >
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                    > wah, sama ya kaya aku dulu... tapi kalo mo eject flash harus masuk root
                    > dulu kayanya repot ya....
                    > kalo saya pake perintah tambahan ini (saya attach aja ya...)
                    >
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                  • agung bismo
                    emm.... pengalaman saya (dan temen2 saya) kalo fitur sinkronisasi tetep dinyalakan, ada beberapa flash disk yang transfer ratenya lamabat bgt (pernah coba pake
                    Message 9 of 9 , Apr 3, 2006
                      emm.... pengalaman saya (dan temen2 saya) kalo fitur sinkronisasi tetep
                      dinyalakan, ada beberapa flash disk yang transfer ratenya lamabat bgt
                      (pernah coba pake flash saya merk pqi 128 Mb dipake ngopy data 18 Mb butuh
                      waktu +/- 20 menit). nah, ada saran dari temen fitur sinkronisasinya
                      dimatiin, dan ternyata transfer ratenya jadi meningkat drastis (18 Mb data
                      yang sama hanya +/- 1 menit). tapi cara matiin sinkronisasinya saya ga tau,
                      soalnya temen yang nambahin scriptnya and saya ga paham (maklum, newbie...
                      :( ). Na, biar aman makanya pake safely remove itu....

                      On 4/3/06, Fuad <fuadkiki@...> wrote:
                      >
                      > Mungkin kamu terlalu sering pake flash disk di Windows, kalau aku
                      > walaupun masih nyala tetap aku cabut ndak perlu tunggu sampai lampunya
                      > mati. perasaan ngak ngaruh deh. trus ko di SuSe itu klo dah selesai
                      > ngopy bisa langsung dicabut soalnya SuSe itu pake fitur Sync waktu
                      > mount flash disk.
                      >
                      > --- In jogja-linux@yahoogroups.com, "agung bismo" <bizzttyy@...> wrote:
                      > >
                      > > On 3/31/06, rud21@... <rud21@...> wrote:
                      > > >
                      > > > Widi_hans <eager_26@...> wrote :
                      > > >
                      > > > > temen2 aku pake suse 10.0, trus ketika aku colokin flasdisku
                      > langsung
                      > > > > kedetek, wah keren, g usah ketik2 di konsole, tapi pas mau cabut tuh
                      > > > > flasdisk, aku klik kanan di konqueror trus klik safely remove
                      > > > > kok lampu di flasdisk masih kelap kelip, kayaknya masih konek ama
                      > > > > komputer dech, wah aku jadi ngg tega melepas flasdisknya coz aku
                      > takut
                      > > > > bikin rusak(belum sepenuhnya lepas dari sistem, tapi dah dicopot)
                      > > > > nah aku coba dikonsole ketik : umount /media/MyFlash kok keluar
                      > > > > peringatan, bahwa aku g bisa umount karena bukan super user, ok lalu
                      > > > > aku masuk sebagai root, trus kuulangi lagi ketik umount
                      > /media/MyFlash
                      > > > > bisa, tetapi lampu di flash disk masih tetap kelap kelip, nah gimana
                      > > > > solusinya? thanks atas bantuannya..........widi_hans
                      > > >
                      > > > caranya adalah masuk ke akses root
                      > > > kemudian masuk konqueror trus klik safely remove, maka lampu dari
                      > > > flashdisk akan mati
                      > > >
                      > > >
                      > > >
                      > > >
                      > > >
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                      > >
                      > > wah, sama ya kaya aku dulu... tapi kalo mo eject flash harus masuk root
                      > > dulu kayanya repot ya....
                      > > kalo saya pake perintah tambahan ini (saya attach aja ya...)
                      > >
                      > > ----------
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                      > >
                      > > To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest
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                      > > Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author
                      > > Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type
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                      > > This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
                      > > under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.
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                      > > mouse-clicks or menu items--whatever suits your program.
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                      > > You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your
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                      > > necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
                      > >
                      > > Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program
                      > > `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written by James
                      > Hacker.
                      > >
                      > > <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
                      > > Ty Coon, President of Vice
                      > >
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