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    Great WBFS-Manager for Ubuntu (English)

    Don't know if this is the right place for this, but I wanted to post this because I had a hard time finding a good program for Ubuntu, so I thought I would make it easier to find for others.

    wbfs-manager_0.1.11-1_i386.deb

    Make sure to run with 'sudo'

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    kool thankz for posting this myself i have been looking for this

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    "i have a problem when i try to open my usb device a message apear, "Do you have appropriate permissions?", what is the solution, and thanx for the progam,

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    are you using sudo??

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    isn't the command actually sudo ./wbfs_gtk

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    thanks, this was very helpful.

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    You should use gksudo, for the reasons losted here: Running Sudo Graphically
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    hi i keep getting permission's error. i tried both sudo and gksudo command. any help would be appreciated.

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    Right click on file then propertes, permission, and check "execute"

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    Is there a newer version of this out? Or is this the latest/most stable version?

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