access usb drive under gnucash
carlson.dl at sbcglobal.net
Wed Nov 21 10:41:23 EST 2012
On 11/21/2012 2:32 AM, Geert Janssens wrote:
> On 20-11-12 00:14, Ben Ba wrote:
>> Gnucash installation on my laptop (windows) does not see a removable
>> Windows file manager hasno probelm with the drive.It is actually a
>> smartphone with an external sd disk.
>> From within gnucash it is not possible to import a QIF file directly
>> the sd disk.
>> Is this a feature?
>> thank you.
> Hi Ben,
> No, this is not a feature in the sense that it would have been
> explicitly programmed that way.
> Unfortunately I don't have the proper equipment to test it out myself.
> I don't have a physical computer running Windows. On my virtual
> machine, I can see that the qif import dialog shows my all local hard
> drives and all network attached shares, but I can't connect a usb
> stick to see what happens. What version of Windows are you running ?
> And is this only with your smart phone, or with any usb device you
> connect to your laptop ? Does it work for example with an ordinary USB
> stick ?
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You may need to assign a drive letter to that subdirectory on your
For other users, a reminder, my (Samsung Rugby) smartphone needs to be
explicitly told to make the memory available to the PC every time I want
to share files. There is also the usual warning to eject the phone on
the PC before unplugging it.
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